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WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



Wolcott Genealogy 



The Family 

of 

Henry Wolcott 

ONE OF THE FIRST SETTLERS OF 
WINDSOR, CONNECTICUT 



By. Chandler Wolcott 

printed for the society of descendants 
of henry wolcott 



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ROCHESTER, NEW YORK 

THE GENESEE PRESS 

1912 




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Copyright, 1913, 
By Chandler Wolcott 



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CONTENTS 



PAGE 

INTRODUCTION xiii 

PREFACE xvii 

THE FAMILY IN ENGLAND 1 

THE FAMILY IN THE UNITED STATES 21 

First Generation . 34 

Second Generation 40 

Third Generation 46 

Fourth Generation . 66 

Fifth Generation 89 

Sixth Generation 119 

Seventh Generation 167 

Eighth Generation 241 

Ninth Generation 312 

Tenth Generation 348 

Appendix 357 



INDEX I. — Given Names of Members of the Family Born 

Wolcotts 403 

INDEX II. — Names of Other Persons 423 

INDEX III. — Names in Appendix 449 



ILLUSTRATIONS 



PAGE 

Ancient Church of St. John the Baptist, Tolland, England, 

with the Wolcott Monuments .... 1st Frontispiece 

Galdon Manor 2d Frontispiece 

The Wolcott Coat of Arms xxi 

Monument of Henry and Elizabeth Wolcott 38 

Monument of Simon and Martha Wolcott 44 

The Old Wolcott Homestead, South Windsor 54 

Monument of Roger and Sarah Wolcott 62 

Monument of Samuel Wolcott, with Family Arms .... 66 

Portrait of Oliver Wolcott, Signer 78 

Reproduction of Letter of President Washington to Oliver 

Wolcott 82 

Portrait of Laura Collins Wolcott 86 

Portrait of Mariann Wolcott Goodrich 88 

Portrait of Oliver Wolcott, Governor 110 

The Wolcott Homestead, Litchfield 112 

Portrait of Edward Oliver Wolcott, Senator 220 

Portrait of Roger Wolcott, Governor 238 

Deed- Chest of Henry Wolcott, 1630 355 

The 1910 Reunion, Hartford 356 



INTRODUCTION 

The following pages represent the only attempt that has 
been made to compile a genealogy of the Wolcott Family 
in either the United States or England. More than thirty 
years ago the Wolcott Memorial, compiled by the Rev. 
Samuel Wolcott at the instigation of a few members of the 
family, was printed, but this as its title indicates did not pur- 
port to be a genealogy, only a Memorial of Henry Wolcott 
and of Some of his descendants. In the compilation of that 
work an extended and fairly complete account of the earlier 
generations in this Country was developed and published, 
and it is proper that we should make acknowledgment of 
our indebtedness to it for the liberal drafts made upon it 
for information in the way particularly of descriptions of 
persons and places connected with the more immediate 
descendants of Henry. For the large amount of material 
also, collected but not published — an amount exceeding that 
which appeared in the Memorial — to which we have had 
access, we are likewise under obligation to the proprietors 
and compiler of the Memorial. It should be remembered 
however that the statistics gathered from the sources named 
were all at least thirty years old and that the bringing up to 
date of the lines of descent set forth and the developing of 
new ones have been accomplished only through the co-opera- 
tion of all those descendants who have responded to calls for 
information, and that therefore it is to them that the publica- 
tion of the present work is due. 

The Society of Descendants of Henry Wolcott has 
performed a great service by bringing together those in 



xiv WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

whose minds the idea of a genealogy had been present and 
those to whom it later appealed. The Society had its begin- 
ning in a meeting held in August, 1905, at the home of Mr. 
Sereno E. Wolcott, East Orwell, Ohio, at which forty-three 
persons were present. From this the membership has grown 
to include residents of nearly every State in the Union and 
at the annual Reunions held in 1906 at Orwell, Ohio; in 1907 
at Warren, Ohio; in 1908 at Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio; in 1909 
at Niagara Falls, N. Y. ; in 1910 at Hartford, Conn.; and 
in 1911 at Niagara Falls, N. Y., addresses of much historical 
interest and value have been delivered by members. The 
photograph of the group at the Hartford Reunion given 
upon another page will be of interest. One of the principal 
objects of the Society has been the preparation and publica- 
tion of a genealogy of the family and it is therefore most 
fitting that the present work be printed under its auspices. 

In the production of the book and particularly in the 
printing of statistics as to later generations the greatest 
possible care has been taken to present all the information 
that could be obtained and it is believed that there have been 
no departures or omissions. More than ten years ago the 
writer began the work of collecting statistics, of consulting 
old records, of interviewing and corresponding with the 
different branches, and while only recently has it seemed 
that the material collected would be printed, there is, he feels, 
all the greater reason for congratulation that the interest and 
assistance of others of the family have combined to make the 
present the opportune time for publication. 

And throughout the pages that follow may the reader 
remember that in the words of Bishop Lawrence of Massa- 
chusetts, "The name of the Wolcott family has not been 



INTRODUCTION xv 

created by one or two great men, but throughout their whole 
history of over two centuries and a half in this country, each 
generation has sustained the good name and the high 
character of the past." 

Chandler Wolcott. 
Rochester, New York, 1 February, 1912. 



PREFACE 

It is proper that a statement be made as to the principal 
sources from which the materials for our genealogy were 
derived. There had fortunately been preserved, among some 
blank pages at the end of a folio ledger, bearing the date of 
1691, an extended record, under the following title: "A 
Chronologie of the famely of the Wolcotts in New Eng- 
land." The original account written by Mr. Josiah Wolcott 
had been continued, and embraced several generations. The 
principal additional entries had been made by Gov. Roger 
Wolcott and Gen. Erastus Wolcott. Other family 
registers and memorials were examined, together with all 
church, town, and probate records, which could be supposed 
to throw any light on the subject. For this purpose visits 
were made to nearly every town and district in Connecticut 
and Massachusetts which had ever been the residence of any 
member of the Family ; and an extensive correspondence was 
prosecuted with the various branches scattered through the 
country. From these sources the genealogical portion of the 
work was compiled. The earlier generations, covering the 
obscurer periods, have been prepared with the utmost care 
and completeness. 

For the biographical and historical portion, some items 
were gathered from state, county, and town records ; but the 
main dependence was on the private papers of the Family, 
including the voluminous and invaluable papers of the late 
Gov. Oliver Wolcott, Jr., now deposited with the Con- 
necticut Historical Society. The writer of the present 
volume has examined all the documents accessible. 

From these we pass to the ancient deeds of the Wolcott 
Family, — its genuine antiquities — most of them handsomely 
engrossed on parchment, with the original signatures and 



xviii WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

seals attached. One of them is notable as bearing the Great 
Seal of James I., of the Stuart line, England. These docu- 
ments, deposited in a small trunk which bore, in brass nails, 
the initials H. W., were the most valued of "the honored 
heirlooms" transmitted from the elder line of the Family- 
through the daughters of the third Henry Wolcott. They 
were held by some related family in Windsor, until by some 
fortune they came into the possession of the younger Gover- 
nor Wolcott, through whom they descended to Mr. George 
Gibbs. The latter deposited them with the Connecticut 
Historical Society, Hartford, their final and natural resting- 
place. We insert here the handsome acknowledgment of 
their receipt, addressed to him by the Librarian, Rev. Dr. 
Robbins : — 

Hartford, April 13, 1848. 
Dear Sir : 

Your venerable small Trunk, with various Relics of ancient days, 
arrived in safety, and is disposed of as one of our most valuable 
deposits. You have obtained an ample reward for your persevering 
researches among the remains of your venerable ancestors. I consider 
no family of Connecticut as holding a higher reputation for the two 
centuries we have passed, and as more sure to be held in lasting 
remembrance, than the Wolcotts. This collection of valuable docu- 
ments is received with gratitude as a sacred deposit, holden at all times 
subject to your disposal, and with a sacred regard to the conditions 
you have prescribed. 

Your obliged friend 

Thomas Robbins. 

This deed-chest, or trunk, is now in the possession of the 
family of the late Henry Goodrich Wolcott, of the Seventh 
Generation, residing at Fishkill on the Hudson. 



THE WOLCOTT ARMS 

Shield: Argent a Cheveron between three Chess Rooks ermined. 
Crest: A Bull's Head erased argent, armed or, ducally gorged, lined, 

and ringed, of the last. 
Motto: Nullius addictus jurare in verba magistri. 

- Bearing the Name of "WOLCOTT." 

These arms, which are of great antiquity, are identical 
with the Walcott Arms, and indicate the historical identity 
of the families. 

We have copies of the shield etched on the silver tankard 
and cup of Gov. Roger Wolcott (28), grandson of the first 
settler, and whose father was born in England, and engraved 
on the tombstone of Capt. Samuel Wolcott (42), who was 
contemporary with Roger ; these were not, apparently, copied 
from each other or from books of heraldry, and they point 
to a traditional copy which has disappeared. 

The chess-rooks were introduced early in the fifteenth 
century, through a knight, of whom it is recorded in the old 
Family Pedigree: — 

Playing at ye chesse with Henry ye fifte, king of Englande, he gave 
hym ye checke matte with ye rouke, whereupone ye kinge changed his 
coate of armes which was ye crosse with flower de lures, and gave him 
ye rouke for a remembrance. 

"It seems these Chess Rooks were at first called Rooks for being in 
defence of all ye rest: and therefore they stande in ye uttermost 
corners of ye Chesseboard as Frontier Castles. Kinge William ye 
Conquerour lost greate Lordships at this playe. And it might well 
become a Kinge, for therein are comprised all ye Stratagems of Warr 
or plotts of Civill State." ("Heralds' Visitation.") 

The motto is a line of the Latin poet, Horace, and a literal 
rendering is, Accustomed to swear in the words of no master. 



xxii WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

The allusion is to the schoolboy practice of repeating a form 
of words after the teacher ; and the idea, of course, is to rest 
one's faith on no man's assertion, to think and decide for 
one's self; in a word, to take nothing on trust. 

We give an excellent picture of the arms, drawn by Somer- 
by and engraved by Richardson. 



THE GREAT SEAL OF ENGLAND 
ROYAL LICENSE OF ALIENATION OF GALDON MANOR 

The following document is the one to which special refer- 
ence has been made in the Preface as having been issued 
during the Chancellorship of Lord Bacon — attested by his 
brother. It will be observed that this instrument gives the 
Somersetshire orthography of the name — Wolcott — which 
has prevailed in this country; though the spelling of all 
names, as is well known, was less definite formerly than now. 
Of the ancient Family letters written in England, the signa- 
ture, the seal, and the superscription of the same letter 
present the name in three different forms. The traditional 
pronunciation of the penultimate vowel is the same as in 
Wolf. 

LICENSE OF ALIENATION 

James, by the grace of God, King of England, Scotland, France, and 
Ireland, Defender of the Faith, &c. 

To All to whom the present letters may come, Greeting : Know ye 
that we, of our special grace, and for twenty shillings paid unto our 
collectors, in virtue of our letters patent, have granted and given 
license, and, for ourselves, our heirs and successors, so far as in us lies, 
by these presents do grant and give license unto our beloved Robert 
Mynne, Esquire, that he may give and grant, aliene, or acknowledge 
by fine or by recovery, in our court, in presence of our justices in 
bench, or in any other way whatsoever, at the pleasure of the same 
Robert, two messuages, one mill, three gardens, three orchards, eight 
acres of meadow, and seventy-four acres of pasture, with the appur- 
tenances, in Tolland and Lydyard Lawrence, in our county of Somer- 
set, which are held of us in capite, so-called, unto our beloved Chris- 
topher Wolcott, to have and to hold unto the same Christopher, and 
his heirs and assigns, for the use and behoof of the same Christopher 
and his heirs and assigns, forever, of us, our heirs and successors, by 
all things thence due and of right accustomed. 



xxiv WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

And unto the same Christopher that he may receive the aforesaid 
messuages, . . . and all things foregoing, with the appurtenances, 
from the aforesaid Robert, to hold to himself, and his heirs and assigns, 
of us, our heirs and successors, by all things aforesaid, as before, for- 
ever, according to the tenor of these present letters, we have given and 
for us, our heirs and successors, we give [as] before special license. 

It being our will that neither the aforesaid Robert or his heirs, 
nor the aforesaid Christopher or his heirs, by reason of the foregoing, 
be distressed, molested, impeached, vexed in anything, or oppressed, 
nor that any one of them be distressed, molested, impeached, vexed 
in anything, or oppressed, by us, our heirs or successors, or by our 
justices, escheators, sheriffs, bailiffs, or other officers or servants, or 
any of their heirs or of our successors. 

In Witness whereof we have caused these our letters patent to be 

made. Witness myself at Westminster, on the first day of April, in 

the sixteenth year of our reign over England, France and Ireland, and 

over Scotland the fifty-first. 

Bacon. 



THE FAMILY IN ENGLAND 

The late Mr. H. G. Somerby, an antiquarian and artist, 
who devoted himself to investigations of this nature, was 
requested to make inquiries respecting the home of the family 
in England. As far back as can be definitely traced, Tol- 
land in Somersetshire was their ancestral seat, and was the 
home of John Wolcott, the father of Henry ; though branches 
of the family lived in the adjacent parishes. The Old Church 
in Tolland, which forms our frontispiece, engraved by Rich- 
ardson, from a sketch by Mr. Somerby, is the one in which 
our ancestors, for generations, worshipped. Under date of 
May 4, 1849, Mr. Somerby wrote to Mr. Frederick H. Wol- 
cott, who was the first of the transatlantic branch, after an 
interval of two centuries, to make a pilgrimage to the spot. 

"Since I have been in London, I have had access to a large mass of 
manuscripts, lately brought to light, called the Subsidy Rolls, in which 
the names and places of residence of all those persons who were 
assessed from the time of Henry the Seventh are to be found. Al- 
though these papers are in a very mutilated state, and many of them 
illegible, still I had the good fortune to find the names of your family 
as far back as 1525, and learn that they then resided in Tolland. 
William and Thomas Wolcot are the names for the above year. I find 
that the name is invariably spelt Wol in Somersetshire, while in Shrop- 
shire, Lincolnshire, and other places, it is Wal. 

"July 6, 1849. — Since I wrote you, I have visited Tolland, and col- 
lected all that now remains relating to the Wolcott Family. Un- 
fortunately, the parish register of Tolland has not been preserved 
prior to 1706. * * * The parish of Lidiard St. Lawrence adjoins 
that of Tolland ; and it seems, by referring to the parish register of 
Lidiard, that it was not unusual, two centuries ago, — neither is it at 
the present time, — for persons residing at Tolland to have their children 
christened at Lidiard. In the case of your Anglo-American ancestor, 



2 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

it is fortunate that it was so; for I find in the register, which dates 
back to 1573, the following entries: 

Henry ye sonne of John Wolcott was baptized the 
VI. of December, 1578. 

John, son of Henry Wollcott was bap. 1st Oct. 1607. 
Henry Wolcott & Elizabeth Saunders were married 
19 January 1606. 

"* * * The parish church of Tolland is quite romantically situ- 
ated, and retains its ancient characteristics. I made two drawings of 
it from different points, which I trust you will recognize. There are 
but two monuments in the church-yard, side by side. The most ancient 
contains no inscription ; it is completely obliterated, in consequence 
of the stone being of so perishable a nature. There is no doubt, how- 
ever, that it belongs to the Wolcotts, as it stands so near to the one 
with the following inscription: 

The body of John Wolcot. 
21 Mar. 1618. 

Here also lieth the Bodie of 

JOHNE WOOLCOT 

mother of the saide John Wolcot 

who deceased 

the 5th of Aprill 1637 

"There are no other grave-stones, either at Lidiard St. Lawrence or 
at Tolland, ancient or modern, bearing the name of Wolcott. 

"I next visited the old mill which belonged to the family at least 
three hundred years ago. The house connected with the mill is the 
same which was standing then, and is a curious specimen of ancient 
architecture, both internally and externally. The mill is also the 
original one, with a modern addition to one end. The house is now 
occupied by a laborer, and is in rather a dilapidated condition. I also 
made a sketch of the house and mill. 

"I suppose you recollect enough of Tolland to know that it is one of 
the most secluded, quiet, and picturesque villages in England. The 
inhabitants appear to be very comfortable and happy; and J saw no 
cases of suffering among them. Having collected all that could be 
found at Tolland, my next step was to consult the wills." 



THE FAMILY IN ENGLAND 3 

Of these he gives copies of a dozen, part of which he found 
on record at Taunton, and part at Wells, and which show 
clearly that the earlier generations of the stanch Protestants 
who emigrated to America were devoted Papists. We give 
abstracts of the wills of two John Wolcotts, of Tolland, the 
latter the father of Henry Wolcott, of Windsor, and the 
former, apparently, his grandfather. 

The will of John Woolcott, of Tolland, dated Feb. 9, 1571, and proved 
April 11, 1572, bequeaths "my soule to Almightie god my creaf and 
to o r Lord Jesus Christ my redeemer and my bodie to Xtian buriall," 
with bequests "to y e cathedrall churche of Welles," "to John my 
sonne," "to Alice my daughter," "to Mary my daughter," "to John 
Howe," "to Agnes Meyn," and "unto Agnes my wief," — appointing as 
overseers "Henry Woolcot and Roger Woolcot my brothers." 

The will of John Wolcot the elder, of Tolland, dated Nov. 10, 1623, 

and proved Jan. 16, , bequeaths "my soule into the hands of god 

my saviour and redeemer and my body to Christian burial," with be- 
quests "unto John Wolcott my son John's eldest sonne," "unto Agnes 
Wolcott the daughter of John," "unto every of the nowe children of 
Henry Wolcott my sonne," "unto Mary Wolcott the daughter of my 
sonne John," "unto Symon Wolcott my kinsman," "unto Giles More 
my servant," and "unto Richard Locke, Alexander Thatloke, John 
Sealy and Alexander Engrane;" makes John Wolcott executor; wit- 
nessed by Christopher Wolcott and Henry Woollcott, his two eldest 
sons — being in the handwriting of the former. 

The circumstances of our ancestor are known to have been 
easy, and apparently affluent. The venerable historian of 
Connecticut (Trumbull), whose testimony appears in its 
place, and who lived a century nearer those days than our- 
selves, makes special mention of his valuable English estate. 
His deed to his eldest son, which we give in course, conveys 
the Galdon Manor, — the principal mansion in Tolland,— 
"with meadows, pastures, mills, tenements, and heredita- 
ments thereunto belonging." This was the estate which came 
into his possession after his removal to America, by the death, 
without will, of his elder brother, Christopher; and appears 



4 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

to have been wholly distinct from the estate which, according 
to later history, he owned and disposed of at the time of his 
emigration. The holders of landed estates in England were 
in that day persons of social rank, as in a large degree they 
still are. 

The personal consideration with which Henry Wolcott 
was regarded in the Colony from the outset is evidence that 
he was an English gentleman of acknowledged ability, intel- 
ligence, and excellence. But gratifying as this may be, our 
principal object in referring to his worldly circumstances and 
social standing is to exhibit more fully the resolute and self- 
sacrificing spirit with which he turned his face towards the 
New World, — confirming the tradition and conviction of his 
descendants, that they have sprung from a worthy sire. 

The following description of Tolland is taken from Col- 
linson's "History and Antiquities of Somerset": 

"It is situated at the northwest angle of the hundred toward that 
of Williston-Freemanors, and a mile southward from the turnpike 
road leading from Taunton to Dunster. It stands in a rich, woody, 
and well-watered vale, surrounded with hills, highly cultivated. East- 
ward from the church is a fine hanging wood, which clothes the steep 
slope of a pretty high hill, and has a pleasing appearance. The whole 
parish is rented at about five hundred pounds per annum, and consists 
of only twelve houses, four of which are in the hamlet of East Tol- 
land. The lands are mostly arable, the general crops wheat, barley, 
pease, and some flax. A spring rising at North Combe, in the parish 
of Brompton Ralph, runs through and turns a grist-mill in the parish, 
whence it passes through Lidiard St. Lawrence, and empties itself into 
the Tone. The cross-roads here are very deep, narrow, precipitous, 
and overhung with hedges. Garldon, or Garmildon, an ancient manor 
in Tolland, belonged, 7 Eliz., to Francis Southwell, Esq. The church 
is dedicated to St. John the Baptist, and is a small building, consisting 
of a nave, chancel, and a small aisle on the north side. At the west 
end is a clumsy, embattled tower, thirty feet high, containing three 
small bells. In the church-yard are the remains of an old stone cross." 



THE FAMILY IN ENGLAND 



GALDON MANOR AT THE PRESENT TIME 

We consider ourselves singularly fortunate in being able 
to present accounts given by descendants who have visited 
the ancestral home in recent years. In the summer of 1900 
Rev. Peter Clark Wolcott, D. D., of Highland Park, 111., 
visited Galdon Manor. He writes : 

"From the famous old town of Taunton it is a railway 
journey of a dozen miles to Wivilscome and here I hired 
a conveyance to take me the four miles over the hills to 
Tolland, a scattered hamlet of about one hundred inhabi- 
tants, as quiet and peaceful to-day as when Henry Wolcott 
left it nearly three hundred years ago. Galdon is about a 
mile away from the village and is reached by a road which 
winds between high banks with fields on either side. It is 
set in a hollow of the hills and is not seen until one has come 
to it. It is not a splendid mansion such as I had pictured in 
my mind but a low gray stone house of two stories sur- 
rounded by ancient farm buildings. There is no lawn or 
garden about it to-day whatever there may have been in the 
past. The tenant is a churlish farmer who refuses to permit 
visitors to enter so I had to content myself with a survey 
of the exterior. 

There is one fine though not large room in the house, a 
hall with an ornamented plaster ceiling and a fine chimney 
piece with the Turberville arms and the initials I. T. Ac- 
cording to existing records Galdon belonged to Francis 
Southwell in 1564. "The parcel of the Manor of Galdon" 
referred to in John Wolcott's will, proved in 1589, probably 
refers not to the manor house but to the mill and mill house 
on Tolland water half a mile away, it was here that Henry 
Wolcott lived until Galdon house was conveyed to him by 
James I in 1619. This mill house, which I visited, is without 
special features of interest except for the fact that it was for 



6 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

a considerable time the dwelling of our ancestors. It is still 
occupied, and the old mill beside it until lately ground the 
corn of the neighborhood. 

The ancient church of St. John Baptist stands apart in 
its churchyard, in which are the two Wolcott tombs standing 
side by side. The inscription upon one is obliterated by time, 
upon the other may still be read, "The bodie of John Wol- 
cot 21 Mar. 1618. Here also lieth the bodie of Johne Wool- 
cot mother of the said John Wolcot who died also the Vth 
of April, 1637." 

The church which is in constant use and kept in good re- 
pair, is a small one seating 109 persons. The parish register 
does not contain any records previous to the year 1700, the 
older books having been destroyed, but there are the records 
of the baptisms, marriages and burials of Wolcotts during 
the eighteenth century. In the adjoining parish of Lydiard 
St. Lawrence I found an older register which records the 
baptism of Henry Wolcott, December 6, 1578, and of John 
Wolcott, his son, October 1, 1607, also the marriage of Henry 
Wolcott, the emigrant, and Elizabeth Saunders, 21 March, 
1606. The last of our name who lived in the neighborhood 
emigrated to Australia about forty years ago and none are 
living there now, but the name is remembered as that of 
one of the old families in the parish. 

The country round about is fertile and shows its long sub- 
jection to the uses of husbandry. It has that human aspect 
only seen in regions tilled from immemorial antiquity. The 
roads which are worn deep between high banks by centuries 
of usage are bordered by thick hedges, and the whole district 
seems untouched by the spirit of modern progress and lies 
steeped in the drowsy peace of medieval England." 

Later it was visited by Schuyler B. Jackson, Esq., of 
Newark, N. J., who gives the following account: 

"Regarding 'Galdon Manor' would say that I visited this 
most interesting home of Henry Wolcott during the summer 



THE FAMILY IN ENGLAND 7 

of 1906. It is located in the parish of Tolland, Somerset- 
shire, Eng. ; the house is solidly constructed of gray stone 
and located on a small piece of level ground halfway down 
the hill, at the bottom of which is a stream called 'Tolland 
Water,' and behind it, in an orchard is a fish pond, with an 
artificial island in it, and a strong pond-head in good 
masonry, from which the overflow escapes by a stream into 
the 'Tolland Water.' 

The house appears partly of Gothic and partly of Norman 
architecture. The front entrance, which is on the west side, 
is by an old fashioned lintel porch, with a story over it; 
gabled and slated roof with two wings extending from the 
center portion. I should estimate the front of the house to 
be about 60 feet with large wings and extensions, formed 
somewhat as a quadrangle with a large stone wall on the west 
side. It is all of massive masonry and could be made a 
stronghold for defense. It is not kept up as it undoubtedly 
was of yore and the grounds instead of being like a park are 
now like those of a farm. 

Mr. M. E. Chisholm Batten, M. A. has written a very 
interesting account of Galdon Manor which was published 
by the Somersetshire Archaelogical and Natural History 
Society of Taunton, Eng. It confirmed all that we had seen 
and all that Mr. H. G. Somerby, the antiquarian and artist, 
had furnished for the Wolcott Memorial. The account 
given by members of the family who visited 'Galdon' prior 
to my visit also tallies with Mr. Somerby's description. Mr. 
Batten says, "The entrance opens into a passage running 
through to the garden and orchard behind; on the right is 
the hall, a very curious apartment. It has a ceiling of 
panelled plaster with a very magnificent pendant, having 
eight ornamental flutings in the center ; it is more than thirty 
feet long and fifteen feet wide and has a foot deep cornice all 
around the room, except over the fire place and over the 
carved partition, which cornice is in plaster, with allegorical 
and emblematical figures and mottos. Beginning with the 



8 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

Southwestern corner we have in the midst of great orna- 
mentation, The Temptation of Adam and Eve — then an 
angel holding a shield with a dish with food in it, and a pair 
of sj>ectacles above, having underneath the motto Mihi 
spreta voluptas. Then follow a great number of figures and 
mottos, generally in Latin — such as Virgin and Child, The 
Roses of York and Lancaster, Herodias's Daughter bear- 
ing John the Baptist's Head to Herod, with the decapitated 
body in the background, David playing his Harp, and many 
other bas-reliefs. There are a great many carvings of crests 
and coats of arms, and on the boldly cut stone string mold- 
ing of the lintel over the fire place is 'Focus perennis esto \" 
Mr. Batten further says: "To the left of the fire place, be- 
tween it and the squared leaded and stone mullioned window 
is the oak partition panelled and carved, surmounted by a 
modern plaster partition between it and the ceiling, and over 
the door is carved the initials I. T. These are considered 
to be the initials of James Turberville, Bishop of Exeter, 
whose coat of arms as well as those of other members of his 
family and ancestors are to be found in many of the carv- 
ings." It is all a very interesting story and the annals prove 
that the house dates far back of Edward IV, was held as a 
Manor by Taunton Priory and surrendered to Henry VIII 
on the 12th of February, 1539, and by the King was granted 
to William Standish. 

There seems to be no doubt but that the room adjoining 
the Hall was used originally by Bishop Turberville as a 
chapel. This was the legend carried down by the present 
proprietor's family who have been the owners for more than 
a century. I have found that all the statements of the Wol- 
cott Memorial were actually as stated, through my personal 
observation, and among other matter the quotation from 
Collinson's 'History and Antiquities of Somerset' like Mr. 
Somerby's gives a most accurate description of the location 
of the 'Galdon Manor' and the little church of St. John the 
Baptist where the father of Henry Wolcott is buried; also 



THE FAMILY IN ENGLAND 9 

describing "the rich, woody, and well watered vales sur- 
rounded with hills and highly cultivated." 

It is true that the house would not be considered a splendid 
mansion but it is large and substantial, has probably lasted 
about six hundred years and if taken ordinary care will last 
for an indefinite period. It is said that only three of the 
people on the Mayflower left any trace of an ancestral home 
in England. And it is remarkable how few of those coming 
from the old country left any record by which one can trace 
their ancestry back to an "ancestral home." It seems a 
remarkable house for an "English gentleman" so far 
superior to the ordinary English house or cottage of the time. 

Under date of March, 1912, Mr. Charles A. Hoppin an 
American genealogist resident in London writes : 

"The country is now called, as of yore, 'Galdon.' There 
is scarcely an acre of level ground within the ancient limits 
of Galdon Manor, or in the entire town of Tolland itself, for 
that matter. Round steep hills are everywhere — but they 
are not high, perhaps at the highest 200 to 400 feet above 
the sea. 

Galdon was more important in the old times, before the 
large towns developed, when people resided more on the land, 
than it has been for the past century. No Wolcott descend- 
ant, however, will be displeased by visiting Tolland; and 
Galdon really possesses ancient features that are unusual in 
large farm-houses of its period. Few trees are to be seen on 
Galdon Manor ; every acre is under cultivation ; hedges mark 
all boundaries. The road that we are traversing is seldom 
straight for more than a few yards and very soon drops down 
into a little gully, a half-mile this side of Galdon, where a 
brook is crossed and the tiny old church of stone, with a 
tower almost as wide as the nave, stands at the left in a field. 
Two or three cottages are passed in the next half-mile of 
uphill road. Then a lane leads at right angles down to a 
farmhouse hid behind trees and a barn. The barn upon the 



10 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

right, built of stone, is very old and shelters the live stock. 
The visitor is decidedly disappointed at the general appear- 
ance of things; but the appearance may not have been ever 
thus, and probably was not in the old days when the occu- 
pants of the manor-house were the owners. 

Galdon House is regarded by the antiquarians of Somer- 
set as one of the interesting specimens remaining of a good 
residence of an independent citizen in feudal times. Por- 
tions of the house are certainly as old as 1450, and probably 
older. The walls as they now appear must date back to about 
that period. 

Wolcotts who visit Galdon will find the effort well re- 
paid if they judge everything from the standpoint of its 
importance in the days of antiquity." 

The photograph of Galdon Manor which forms the frontis- 
piece of this volume was also sent by Mr. Hoppin, March, 
1912. 



THE FAMILY IN ENGLAND 11 

The following table tracing the family back to the eleventh 
century in Wales is found in a footnote to Hollister's His- 
tory of Connecticut, Vol. I, page 189. 

"Through the researches of Mr. Somerby, of Boston, in the herald's 
office, among the subsidy rolls, wills, and parish records of England, 
the genealogy of Henry Wolcott, Esquire, (the emigrant) has been 
traced, through fifteen generations, back to Sir John Wolcott, knight, 
as follows : 

1. Jeran Wolcott (son of Sir John) of Wolcott, who married 
Anna, daughter of John Mynde, of Shropshire. 

2. Roger Wolcott, of Wolcott, who married Edith, daughter of 
Sir William Donnes, knight. 

3. Sir Phillip Wolcott, of Wolcott, knight, who married Julian, 
daughter of John Herle. 

4. John Wolcott, of Wolcott, who married Alice, daughter of 
David Lloyd, Esq. 

5. Sir John Wolcott, of Wolcott, knight, A. D. 1382. 

6. Thomas Wolcott. 

7. John Wolcott. 

8. John Wolcott, of Wolcott, who married Matilda, daughter of 
Sir Richard Cornwall, of Bereford, knight. 

9. Roger Wolcott, of Wolcott, Esq., who married Margaret, daugh- 
ter of David Lloyd, Esq. 

10. William Wolcott, settled in Tolland, Somersetshire. 

11. William Wolcott, who married Elizabeth. His will is dated 
A. D., 1500. 

12. Thomas Wolcott, who was living in Tolland in 1552. 

13. Thomas Wolcott, who married Alice. Will dated Nov. 4, 1572, 

14. John Wolcott, of Golden Manor, in Tolland. Will proved, 
Nov. 10, 1623. 

15. Henry Wolcott (the emigrant), who conveyed the manor house 
to his son Henry." 



DEED OF GALDON MANOR 

BY ROBERT MYNNE TO CHRISTOPHER WOLCOTT 

We give below, in legible English, a copy of the above 
mentioned deed, which is in the English of Chaucer's day, 
made specially obscure by the use of abbreviated and anti- 
quated legal phrases. For this we are indebted to the patient 
research of Mr. Roger Wolcott, of Boston, later Governor 
of Massachusetts. 

THIS INDENTURE made the twentyth daye of June in the yeares 
of the Raigne of our Sovereigne Lorde James by the grace of god 
of Englande, Fraunce and Irelande Kinge defender of the Fayethe 
&c ; That is to saye, of Englande Fraunce and Irelande the Sixteenthe 
and of Scotlande the One and Fyftythe Bettveene Robert Mynne 
of Hartingfordburye in the Countie of Hartforde Esquier of the one 
parte and Christopher Woolcott of Wellington in the Countie of 
Somerset Mercer of the other parte; Witnessethe that the saide 
Robert Mynne for and in consideration of the some of Twoe Hundred 
and Twentye Poundes of good and lawfull money of Englande to him 
in hande paide by the saide Christopher Wolcott before the enseal- 
linge and delivrye hereof whereof he doeth acknowledge himself fullye 
satisfied and paide and thereof and of evrye parte and parcell thereof 
doeth cleerely acquite and dischardge the saide Christopher Wolcott his 
Executors and Administrators Hath given graunted bargained solde 
aliened and enfeoffed and by these pnts doeth give graunte bargayne 
sell alyen and enfeofle unto the saide Christopher Wolcott; all those 
Messuages Lands Meadowes Pastures Milles Tenements and Heredi- 
taments scytuate lyenge and beinge within the pishes of Tollande and 
Lydearde Lawrence which John Wolcott the father John Wolcott 
the sonne and the saide Christopher Wolcott or some or one of them 
nowe holdeth by coppie of Courte Roll and which nowe are or lately 
weare parcell of the Mannor of Galdon, and all those Messuages Lands 
Meadowes Pastures Tenements and Hereditaments scytuate lyenge 
and beinge within the saide pishe of Tollande which William Pyke 
nowe holdeth by Coppie of Courte Roll and which nowe likewise are 
or lately weare parcell of the saide Mannor of Galdon ; togeather with 
all houses Edifices Buildinges Orchards Gardens Woods Under- 



THE FAMILY IN ENGLAND 13 

woods Rents Rentours Services Waies Waters Watercourses Royalties 
Jurisdictions Franchises Priviledges Liberties Easements Profittes 
Comodities Advantages and Hereditaments whatsoever to the saide 
premisses or anie parte thereof belonginge or in anie wise apper- 
teyninge or accepted reputed taken knowen used occupied or enioyed 
as parte parcell or member of the same or of anie parte thereof And 
the saide Robert Mynne for the consideration aforesaide doeth 
graunte unto the saide Christopher Wolcott all Deedes Evidences 
Writinges Court Rolles Escriptes and Mynuments which onely con- 
cerne the premisses or anie parte thereof which nowe are in the 
custodye or possession of the saide Roberte Mynne or which he maye 
lawfullye attaine unto without suite in the lawe; All which the saide 
Robert Mynne doeth covenaunte promise and graunte to deliver unto 
the saide Christopher Wolcott his heires or assignes salfe whole and 
undefaced before the Feast of the Annuncyacon of our blessed Ladye 
the Virgin Marye next ensueinge the date hereof, togeather with the 
true coppies of all Writinges and Evidences in the possession or 
custodye of the saide Robert Mynne which touche or concerne the 
premisses or anie parte thereof togeather with anie other Lands Tene- 
ments or Hereditaments the same to be coppied out at the costes and 
chardges of the said Christopher Wolcott his heires or assignes To 
Have and to hold the saide Messuages Lands Meadowes Pas- 
tures Milles and Hereditaments and all and singler other the premisses 
with their and evrye of their appurtenances unto the saide Christopher 
Wolcott his heires and assignes to the onely use and behoof of the 
saide Christopher Wolcott his heires and assignes forever To be holden 
of the Chief Lorde and Lorde of the Fee by the Rente Suites and 
Services thereof due and of right accustomed to be paide And the 
saide Robert Mynne for him selfe his heires Executors and Adminis- 
trators doeth covenaunte promise and graunte to and with the saide 
Christopher Wolcott his heires and assignes that the said Christopher 
Wolcott his heires and assignes and evrye of them shall from tyme 
to tyme and at altimes hereafter forever peaceably and quietly have 
holde occupye and enioye all and singler the saide premisses with 
the appurtenances without the lawfull Lett Trouble deniall molestacon 
or interrupcon of the saide Robert Mynne his heires or assignes 
or of anie other person or persons whatsoever lawfullye clayminge 
in by from or under him them or anie or eyther of them or lawfullye 
clayminge in by from or under George Mynne his Father and 
Edwarde Mynne Brother of the saide George and Francis South- 
well and Alice his wief and Nicholas Butler and Elizabeth his wief 
or of anie or eyther of them (Except for the estates hereafter in 



14 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

theis presentes excepted) and that cleerely acquited exonerated and 
dischardged of and from all and all manner of Guiftes Grauntes 
Bargaines Sales Feoffments Leases Joyntures dowers Judgments 
Executions Statutes Recognizaunces Rents Arrerages of Rente and 
Services and of and from all other Burthens Troubles chardges and 
yncombraunces whatsoever heretofore had made suffered done or 
lefte undone by the saide Robert Mynne George Mynne Edwarde 
Mynne Francis Southwell and Alice his wief and Nicholas Butler 
and Elizabeth his wief or anie or eyther of them or hereafter to be 
had made suffered done or left undone by the saide Robert Mynne 
his heires or assignes or by anie other person or persons whatsoever 
by their or anie or eyther of their assent consent meanes or procure- 
mente (an estate graunted by coppie of Court Roll unto the saide 
John Wolcott the Father John Wolcott the Sonne and Christopher 
Wolcott of soe muche of the saide premisses as they or anie of them 
now holdeth by coppie of Court Roll and allso an estate graunted by 
Coppie of Court Roll unto the saide William Pyke of soe muche 
of the premisses as he nowe holdeth by coppie of Court Roll 
onely excepted and foreprised) And the saide Robert Mynne for 
him selfe his heires Executors and Administrators doeth further 
covenaunte promise and graunte to and with the saide Christopher 
Wolcott his heires and assignes that the saide Robert Mynne and 
Helen his wief and the heires and assignes of the saide Robert 
shall and will from tyme to tyme and at altimes hereafter duringe 
the space of Tenne yeares next ensueinge the date hereof uppon Re- 
quest and at the Costes and Chardges in the lawe of the saide Chris- 
topher Wolcott his heires or assignes make doe acknowledge suffer 
and execute or cause to be made done acknowledged suffered and 
executed all and evrye suche further and reasonable acte and actes 
thinge and thinges devise and devises in the lawe whatsoever for the 
better and more perfect assuraunce and suremakinge of all and singler 
the saide premisses with the appurtenances unto the saide Chris- 
topher Wolcott his heires and assignes accordinge to the Tenor 
purporte and true meanings of theis presentes Be it by Fyne Recovrye 
Release Confirmacon or otherwise as by the saide Christopher Wolcott 
his heires or assignes or his or their Counsell learned in the lawe 
shalbe reasonably devised or advised soe as for the doinge thereof 
the saide Robert Mynne and Helen his wief nor eyther of them nor 
the heires and assignes of the saide Robert nor anie of them be com- 
pelled to travell above the space of Tenne Myles from the place of his 
her their or anye or eyther of their dwellinge or abydinge at the tyme 
of suche Request And the saide Robert Mynne and his heires all 



THE FAMILY IN ENGLAND 15 

and singler the saide premisses with the appurtenances unto the saide 
Christopher Wolcott his heires and assignes in manner and forme 
aforesaide against him the saide Robert Mynne George Mynne 
Edwarde Mynne Francis Southwell and Alice his wief Nicholas 
Butler and Elizabeth his wief their heires and assignes shall and will 
warrante acquite and defende by theis presentes And finally e 
the saide Robert Mynne hath constituted appoincted and in his place 
and steede putt and by theis presentes doth constitute appoincte and 
in his place and steede putt his trustie and well beloved Friends 
Robert Sellecke and Henry Wolcott ioyntly and severally for him and 
in his name into all and singler the saide premisses or into some 
parte thereof in the name of the whole to enter and possession and 
seysin thereof to take and after suche possession soe thereof had 
and taken full and peaceable possession and seysin thereof or some 
parte thereof in the name of the whole to give and deliver unto the 
saide Christopher Wolcott to have and holde to him his heires and 
assignes according to the Tenor purporte intent and true meaninge 
of theis presentes Ratefyinge allowinge and confirminge all and what- 
soever his saide Attornies or eyther of them shall doe in or about 
the premisses by vertue of theis presentes In witnesse whereof 
the parties above saide to theis presente Indentures ynterchaungably 
their hands and sealles sett the daye and yeare first above written. 

R° Mynne 

Signed sealled and delivered to the use of the wthin named Chris- 
tofer Wolcott in the price of 

R° Catford. 
William Sellecke. 
Edw. Webbett. 

Memorand that the Xlth daie of August A d m 1618 full and 
peaceable possession and sein of the lands and tenem ts within written 
with the appurtenances was given and delivered by the within named 
Henry Wolcott unto the within named Christopher Wolcott to have 
and holde to the saide Christopher his heires and asignes accordinge 
to the teno r effect and true meaninge of the deede within written in 
the p'sence of theise whose names are here under written. 

S ned William Sellecke. 

Signed John Burnell. 

Entered and Recorded in the third booke of Records of the Notary 
Publike of the Massachusetts Colonie of New England in the 266 267 
& 268 pages of the said Records of the 20th day of September 1661. 

Robert Howard Not. pub 1 Coloniae praedict 



16 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

The old "Famely Chronologie, 1691," has this entry 
respecting the parents, Henry and Elizabeth Wolcott : 

"This happie pair were married About ye year 1606. He came to 
New England about the year 1628, and in the year 1630 brought over 
his family, to avoid the persecution of those times against dissenters." 

This was during the reign of King Charles I., while its 
oppressiveness was felt, but several years before the roused 
spirit of the people, under the good guidance of Olives 
Cromwell, swept away his authority and his tyranny 
together. 

"Every corner of the nation was subjected to a constant and minute 
inspection. Every little congregation of separatists was tracked out 
and broken up. Even the devotions of private families could not 
escape the vigilance of spies. And the tribunals afforded no protection 
to the subjects against the civil and ecclesiastical tyranny of that 
period." "This was the conjuncture at which the liberties of England 
were in the greatest peril. The opponents of the government began 
to despair of the destiny of their country; and many looked to the 
American wilderness as the only asylum in which they could enjoy 
civil and spiritual freedom. There a few resolute Puritans, who, in 
the cause of their religion, feared neither the rage of the ocean nor 
the hardships of uncivilized life ; neither the fangs of savage beasts 
nor the tomahawks of more savage men, — built, amidst the primeval 
forest, villages which are now great and opulent cities, but which have, 
through every change, retained some trace of the character derived 
from their founders. The government regarded these infant colonies 
with aversion, and attempted violently to stop the stream of emigra- 
tion, but could not prevent the population of New England from 
being largely recruited by stout-hearted and God-fearing men from 
every part of old England." 1 

It was at this juncture that Henry Wolcott left Eng- 
land; and no one will question his title to the character of 
"a resolute Puritan, — a stout-hearted and God-fearing 
man." He was not an obscure adventurer, but held a fair 
position among the gentry in England, possessing an estate 



1 Macaulay, Hist. Eng., I. 69, 71. 



THE FAMILY IN ENGLAND 17 

» 

which yielded him a fair income, and his property was freely 
devoted to the service of the expedition which he accom- 
panied. He had now passed his fifty-second year, and his 
children were at an age when they most needed such advant- 
ages in the way of education, limited though they were, as 
they could find only in their native land. The parents de- 
cided, as the least trying of the courses open to them (though 
they must have taken the resolution with a heavy heart), to 
leave behind them their two daughters and their youngest 
son, then five years of age, until a settlement had been 
effected in America. Taking three sons (Henry, George 
and Christopher), they went forth, at this stage of life, to 
grapple with the hardships of a new settlement in an un- 
explored country, — retiring forever from their pleasant seat, 
from the place of their fathers' sepulchres and the birth- 
place of all their children (from some of whom in their tender 
years they were to be separated for an uncertain period), 
and bravely encountering the unknown future which awaited 
them and theirs on the deep and in the desert. They have 
their reward, — and they desired none other on earth, — a name 
and a place among those excellent companies, of whom the 
world was not worthy, who came out from the mother coun- 
try to this, at that eventful period, on their high mission of 
civilization and Christianity. 

The company of which they were members consisted of 
one hundred and forty persons; and the historian of Con- 
necticut makes the following mention of them: 

"In one of the first ships which arrived this year came over the 
Rev. Mr. John Warham, 1 Mr. John Maverick, 2 Mr. Rossiter, Mr. 
Lucllow, Mr. Henry Wolcott, and others of Mr. Warham's church and 



ijohn Warham came from Exeter, England (where he had been a prominent 
minister), as teacher of the Dorchester Church, Mr. Maverick being pastor. 
He did not remove to Connecticut until the September following the removal of 
his church. 

In memory of Rev. John Warham; he was installed pastor of this church 
at its inauguration in Plymouth, England, in 1630; they arrived in this country 
the 30th of May the same year, and remained at Dorchester, Mass., five years, 



18 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

congregation, who first settled the town of Windsor, in Connecticut. 
Mr. Rossiter and Mr. Ludlow, were magistrates. Mr. Wolcott had 
a fine estate, and was a man of superior abilities. This was an honor- 
able company. Mr. Warham had been a famous minister in Exeter, 
the capital of the county of Devonshire. The people who came with 
him were from the three counties of Devonshire, Dorsetshire, and 
Somersetshire." 3 "They were a very godly and religious people, and 
many of them persons of figure and note, being dignified with the title 
of Mr., which few in those days were." 4 

They sailed from Plymouth, in England, on the 20th of 
March, 1630, in the ship Mary and John, of four hundred 
tons burden, Captain Squeb, master. Before their embarka- 
tion, after their passage had been engaged, they were allowed 
the privilege of organizing themselves into an independent 
church. This is now the First Church in Windsor, — the old- 
est in the State of Connecticut. The Barnstable and 
Plymouth churches, in Massachusetts, had been organized in 
the same way; and these three, so far as we know, are the 
only New England churches which had a trans-atlantic origin. 

They arrived at Nantasket on the Lord's Day, May 30th, 
1630, after a voyage of two months and ten days, and landed 
the next day. A brief account of the expedition from one 



when they removed to this town. Here Mr. Warham continued his pastoral 
labours to his flock until April 1, 1670, when he slept in the Lord. He was 
among the most eminent of New England's early divines. Erected by his 
church, 1842. Epitaph, Windsor Churchyard. 

2 John Maverick was a minister of the Established Church, and resided about 
forty miles from Exeter, England ; he is the first mentioned at the time of the 
assemblage in the New Hospital, Plymouth, England, to organize a church. 
Cotton Mather includes him in the "First Classis" of ministers, viz., those who 
"were in the actual exercise of their ministry when they left England." He was 
"somewhat advanced in years" at that period. He took the freeman's oath, May 
18, 1631. A curious account of his drying some gunpowder, in a pan, over the 
fire, in the Dorchester meeting house, which was used as a magazine also, and 
the wonderful escape of Maverick in the consequent explosion of a "small 
barrel", are described in Winthrop's Journal, I., *72. Mr. Maverick expected to 
remove to Connecticut, but died Feb. 3, 1637, aged "about sixty," — "A goodly 
man, a beloved pastor, a safe and truthful guide." 

3 Trumbull, Hist. Conn., 1. 23. 

4 Mass. Hist. Coll., IX. 150. 



THE FAMILY IN ENGLAND 19 

of their own number, Captain Roger Clap, one of the first 
settlers of Dorchester, who was then a young man, is fortun- 
ately extant, and we quote a few paragraphs from it. 

"There came godly families in that ship. We were of passengers 
many in number (besides seamen) of good rank. These godly people 
resolved to live together; and, therefore, as they had made choice of 
those two reverend servants of God, Mr. John Warham and Mr. John 
Maverick, to be their ministers, so they kept a solemn day of fasting 
in the New Hospital in Plymouth, in England, spending it in preach- 
ing and praying, when that worthy man of God, Mr. John White, of 
Dorchester, in Dorset, was present, and preached unto us the word of 
God in the fore part of the day; and, in the latter part of the day, as 
the people did solemnly make choice of and call those godly ministers 
to be their officers, so also the Reverend Mr. Warham and Mr. 
Maverick did accept thereof, and expressed the same. So we came, 
by the good hand of the Lord, through the deeps comfortably; having 
preaching or expounding of the word of God every day, for ten weeks 
together, by our ministers." 1 

"When we came to Nantasket, Captain Squeb, who was captain of 
that great ship of four hundred tons, would not bring us into Charles 
River, as he was bound to do, but put us ashore and our goods on 
Nantasket Point, and left us to shift for ourselves, in a forlorn place 
in this wilderness. But, as it pleased God, we got a boat of some old 
planters, and laded her with goods; and some able men, well-armed, 
went in her unto Charlestown, where we found some wigwams and 
one house ; and in the house there was a man which had a boiled bass, 
but no bread that we see. But we did eat of his bass, and then went 
up Charles River, until the river grew narrow and shallow ; and there 
we landed our goods, with much labor and toil, the bank being steep ; 
and, night coming on, we were informed that there were hard by us 
three hundred Indians. One Englishman, that could speak the Indian 
language (an old planter), went to them, and advised them not to 
come near us in the night, and they hearkened to his counsels, and 
came not. I myself was one of the sentinels that first night. In the 
morning, some of the Indians came and stood at a distance off, looking 
at us, but came not near us. But, when they had been a while in view, 
some of them came and held out a great bass toward us; so we sent a 
man with a biscuit, and changed the cake for the bass. Afterwards 
they supplied us with bass, exchanging a bass for a biscuit cake, and 
were very friendly unto us. 2 



1 Young's Chronicles. 

2 "Which," saith Elder Blake, "our people ascribe to God's watchful providence 
over them, in their weak beginnings." 



20 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

"We had not been there many days (although, by our diligence, we 
had got up a kind of shelter to save our goods in), but we had order 
to come away from that place, which was about watertown, unto a 
place called Mattapan, now Dorchester, because there was a neck of 
land fit to keep cattle on. So we removed and came to Mattapan. 
The Indians there also were kind unto us. 1 

"In our beginning, many were in great straits for want of provisions 
for themselves and their little ones. Oh! the hunger that many suf- 
fered, and saw no hope in an eye of reason to be supplied, only by 
clams and mussels and fish. We did quickly build boats, and some 
went a-fishing. But bread was with many a very scarce thing, and 
flesh of all kinds as scarce. And in our days, in our straits, though I 
cannot say God sent a raven to feed us, as he did the prophet Elijah, 
yet this I can say, to the praise of God's glory, that he sent not only 
poor, ravenous Indians, which came with their bags of corn on their 
backs to trade with us (which was a good supply unto many), but 
also sent ships from Holland and from Ireland with provisions and 
Indian corn from Virginia to supply the wants of his dear servants in 
this wilderness, both for food and raiment. 2 

"In those days. God did cause his people to trust in him, and to be 
contented with mean things. It was not accounted a strange thing in 
those days to drink water, and to eat samp or hominy without butter 
or milk. Indeed, it would have been a strange thing to see a piece of 
roast beef, mutton, or veal, though it was not long before there was 
roast goat. After the first winter, we were very healthy, though some 
of us had no great store of corn. The Indians did sometimes bring 
corn, and truck with us for clothing and knives; and once I had a 
peck of corn, or thereabouts, for a little puppy dog. Frost-fish, mus- 
sels, and clams were a relief to many." 3 



1 They began a settlement about the middle of June. They named the place 
Dorchester, because several of the settlers came from Dorchester, England, and 
also in honor of Rev. John White, rector of Trinity Church in that town, who 
took a warm interest in the settlement, and aided the colonists, — earning the 
title of "the great patron of New England emigration." The name was sanc- 
tioned by the Court of Assistants, Sept. 7, 1630, and the town was then regu- 
larly incorporated. 

2 In July, 1633, they were reinforced by the arrival of a ship with about eighty 
passengers and twelve kine, which set down at Dorchester. Winthrop's Journal. 

3 Young's Chronicle, Mass., 347-353, Memoirs of Captain Roger Clap. "Re- 
lating some of God's Remarkable Providences to him, in bringing him into New 
England ; and some of the Straits and Afflictions the Good People met with here 
in their beginnings." 



THE FAMILY IN THE UNITED STATES 

The name of Henry Wolcott appears in the first list of 
"ffreemen" made in Boston, Oct. 19, 1630. This was the 
day on which the first General Court in Massachusetts was 
held, consisting not of representatives, but of individual 
freemen. Under the ancient charter of the Colony, none 
were recognized as members of the body politic, except such 
as were admitted by the General Court, and took the oath of 
allegiance to the colonial government. 

"May 13, 1664. There is liberty granted to Mr. Israeli Stoughton 
and Mr. Wulcotte to look out ffermes for themselves with promise 
to accomidate them." 1 

In three or four years after their settlement, the Dor- 
chester Company had their attention directed to the unoccu- 
pied and fertile lands in the Connecticut Valley. 

"In September of this year (1633), Mr. John Oldham with three 
others travelled through the wilderness to Connecticut to view the 
country and trade with the Indians. 2 They appear to have had in- 
formation from the Dutch of New York of a valuable tract of land 
lying upon that river. They were hospitably received by the Indians, 
and brought back such flattering accounts of the fertility and products 
of the soil as, in 1635, induced a large number of the people to emigrate 
there." 

"Actuated by the noblest spirit of the times, these men had deter- 
mined to remove as early as the year 1634; and they applied to the 
General Court of Massachusetts for permission to go in quest of new 
adventures in a better land. But, owing to a division in that body with 



1 Rec. Mass. Bay, I. 21. In the General Index of Vol. I. of these Records, the 
third item under the name Henry Wolcott belongs not to his wife (for they 
had then removed to Windsor), but to the wife of a John Wolcott who was 
of another family. 

2 Oldham arrived in 1623, and was a troubler of the Plymouth Church ; he 
was restless and adventurous, and was murdered by the Indians, with whom he 
was trading at Block Island in 1636, which led to the Pequot War. 



22 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

regard to the propriety of the measure, they did not now obtain their 
desires. Yet they could not be satisfied till they had accomplished 
their intention, and had obtained leave of the Court. For it was the 
general sense, that the inhabitants were all bound to one another by 
the oath of a freeman, as well as the original compact, so as not to be 
at liberty to separate without the consent of the whole." 

"A number of Mr. Warham's people came this summer (1635) into 
Connecticut, and made preparation to bring their families, and make 
a permanent settlement on the river. 1 These pioneers encountered 
great privations, and were mostly compelled by the severity of the 
winter and the prospect of famine to return to Massachusetts. The 
people who kept their stations on the river suffered in an extreme 
degree. After all the help they were able to obtain by hunting and 
from the Indians, they were obliged to subsist on acorns, malt, and 
grain. A great number of cattle perished. The Dorchester or Wind- 
sor people lost in this single article about £200 sterling. Their other 
losses were considerable." 

"Several of the principal gentlemen interested in the settlement of 
Connecticut — Mr. John Haynes, who at this time was Governor of 
Massachusetts, Mr. Henry Wolcott, Mr. Wells, the ministers of the 
churches, and others — had not yet moved into the Colony. 2 As soon 
as the spring advanced and the travelling would admit, the hardy 
men began to return from the Massachusetts to their habitations on 
the river. No sooner were buds, leaves, and grass so grown that cattle 
could live in the woods, and obstructions removed from the river, so 
that vessels could go up with provisions and furniture, than the people 
began to return in large companies to Connecticut. Many who had not 
removed the last year, prepared with all convenient despatch for a 
journey to the new settlement on the river." 3 



1 "The removal of the Dorchester people to Windsor is said to have been 
disagreeable to their ministers; but as their whole church and most of their 
congregation determined upon going, they at length consented to accompany 
them. However, Mr. Maverick died in the spring (Feb. 3, 1636), before the 
preparations were made for his removal. Mr. Warham went in September, but 
did not judge it expedient to remove his family until better accommodations 
could be made for their reception." I Mass. Hist. Coll. IX. 153. 

Another church was organized in Dorchester with a few members, Aug. 
23, 1636. 

2 Mr. John Haynes became Governor of Connecticut also. He was a man of 
eminent abilities. Mr. Thomas Wells, also, became Governor of Connecticut. 

3 Trumbull's Hist. Conn., I. 60, 63, 64. 



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The following succinct and satisfactory account of this 
emigration is extracted from a manuscript historical dis- 
course by the Rev. Dr. McClure, of South Windsor. This 
discourse is entitled "A Century Thanksgiving Sermon." 
Text, Deut. IV. 37, 38. Preached in East Windsor, Dec. 
24, 1795. 

At the time they were about to remove, the Dutch, who had possessed 
themselves of New Netherlands (New York), extended their claim to 
the Connecticut River. They had made a small settlement a few miles 
below, in Hartford Meadow, for the purpose of trade with the Indians. 
From the Dutch, the people of Plymouth had heard of a rich country 
of land in this quarter, and some adventurers from Plymouth had come, 
two or three years before, and built trading-houses in Windsor, near 
the mouth of the Little River. 

The towns of Windsor, Hartford, and Wethersfield were selected 
by people from Dorchester, Newtown (now Cambridge), and Water- 
town. The Dutch and the people from Plymouth (who had begun to 
engross the Indian fur-trade) were unwilling to admit them into their 
neighborhood. The Plymouth people were satisfied with compensa- 
tion, and the Indians were paid what they demanded for the land. The 
title of the Dutch was too slender to support a claim. 

Having thus prepared the way for their peaceable settlement, the 
three companies arrived in the summer of 1635. 1 When we consider 
the difficulties and dangers they had to surmount, we may well admire 
their pious zeal and fortitude. The greater part came through the 
woods by land, and the remainder by water. It was a long, fatiguing, 
and dangerous march. About one hundred men, women, and children 
took their departure from the three towns, encumbered with baggage 
and cattle, to travel through an unexplored country. They shaped their 
course by a compass. They had to pick their way through forests, over 
or around swamps and mountains, and to construct rafts to help them 
over the streams. They saw here and there a solitary foot-path lead- 
ing to the Indian villages. The Nipnit or inland Indians, whose country 
they passed through, were numerous, and might have taken advantage 
of their weak and defenceless condition to cut them off. But the God 
of Israel, who conducted the chosen tribes through the desert of 
Arabia, and caused the fear of the people of God to fall upon their 
enemies, in like manner restrained the savages of the wilderness from 



1 Dorchester Records. 



24 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

molesting this worthy company. They were fourteen days performing 
this tedious journey. Their hearts did not sink under the pressure 
of sufferings. Some of them had lived delicately in their native coun- 
try, but they cheerfully encountered the hardships of the way. They 
fed upon the milk of their cattle; and, wrapped in their cloaks and 
blankets, they slept upon the ground, amid the mighty howlings of 
beasts of prey. They were supported by the goodness of the cause for 
which they had followed God into the wilderness ; his providence had 
pointed out to them the path of duty; and they devoutly prayed and 
sung Psalms as they marched along, and the woods for the first time 
resounded with sacred hallelujahs. They at length came in sight of 
this river, the object of their ardent expectation, — probably near the 
mouth of the Scantic River in this town, — and proceeded to form their 
settlements with a view to their future enlargement. The next year, 
another company came by the same route, from the same towns in 
Massachusetts, and joined them. 

The Indians upon the river and in its vicinity were then numerous, 
consisting principally of three powerful Sachemdoms. The seat of 
one was near the mouth of the Podunk River in the south border of 
this town; the seat of another was about twenty miles down the river 
at Middletown; and that of the other on Little River at Farmington. 

Some of the first settlers of these towns were gentlemen of opulence, 
education, and worth. The right of settling here they purchased from 
the Plymouth Company, in England, who held this country by grant 
from the Crown. But they did not esteem their title valid until they 
had purchased their land of the Indians, whom they looked upon as 
the only rightful proprietors. The Assembly of the infant colony in 
the Massachusetts gave to the people of these three towns, on their 
removal, authority to form themselves into a political body, although 
they were beyond their jurisdiction. They soon proceeded to form a 
system of laws, similar to those of Massachusetts, except that they did 
not make church-membership a necessary qualification for civil office. 

In the year 1637 the first General Assembly was held in 
Connecticut. MR. HENRY WOLCOTT had been elected 
a member of the committee, twelve in number, which con- 
stituted the Lower House, or popular branch of that body; 
and thus he participated in the first legislative proceedings 
of both Colonies. In 1640, his name stands first in the list 
of inhabitants in Windsor. In 1643, he was elected a member 



THE FAMILY IN THE UNITED STATES 25 

of the House of Magistrates, as the Upper House, the 
present Senate, was then styled, consisting of six or eight 
members; and he was annually re-elected during life. "He 
was, probably, after the pastor, the most distinguished man 
in Windsor." 1 By the decease of his elder brother without 
issue he had become proprietor of the family estates, includ- 
ing the manor-house and the mill already referred to ; and in 
the year 1640 he appears to have visited England. His 
younger children, Anna, Mary, and Simon, had probably 
joined the family in America before this date; we can only 
ascertain that they came between the years 1631 and 1641. 

There are in the collection of family manuscripts a number 
of letters sent from England during the first thirty years of 
their settlement here. Letters of this date, handed down 
through eight generations, are so rare as to be a curiosity, 
and a somewhat liberal insertion of them is warranted. Those 
which we here give were addressed to the elder Henry. 

FROM HIS BROTHER 

In Venns in Bushops lydeard 
the 15th of Aprill 1639: 

Loving and deare brother my trew love and best respects unto your- 
selfe my sister in Lawe and all my Cuzens remembred wishing allwayes 
your health and prosperitie in the Lorde and trusting in God you are in 
good health as we all weare at the writting hearof the Lords name be 
prayesd for it. 

Broather soe it is that it hath pleased the Lord to take to his mersie 
the soull of our deare brother Christopher Wollcott of Wellington who 
desesed the 25th of March 1639 : in the morninge he died vntestat and 
thareby as I vnderstand that his Land faleth vnto yourself or your 
sonne which maketh me to writt vnto you to know your minde what 
you will have done in it I desire your answer as soone as maye be for 
I am informed that his land falleth vnto you and all his prsonall 
estatt falleth vnto his wiffe and for my partt I shall have nothinge 



1 Stiles, 55. See p. 355. 



26 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

yeat you knowe deare brother that I have suported him by his breed- 
ing, and his being in Fraunce and by byeing him lande by copie into 
Tolland Mill Living, and into John * * * Living which never 
cost him a pennie and nowe in requitall of it I shall not have a pennie 
which greveth the verie harte of me that it should soe fall out, for he 
did promise our father in his death bed that my sonne John Wollcott 
should be his heare vnto Tolland Mill and allso promised it before 
manie others, yeat neverthelese I will put my trust in the Lord for he 
hath been my helper and my shure defense hithervnto and soe he shall 
be vnto the end, for thes things are transitorie and put vpon me for 
triall of my patience but the Lord knoweth whome are his tharfore 
vnto him be all honore and prayse for ever and ever. 

Broather I reseaved your leter whearin you wrott of dangers that 
you have had in your Countrie whearin god hath prserved you and soe 
he will all them that truly trust in him, you wrott to vnderstand of the 
course of our Cuntrie it was never by my time soe dangerouse as 
now it is for it is proclaymed open warrs betwixt England and Scott- 
land, and our most gracious King Charles is gone into Scottland with 
30 or 40 thousand of the traynors as the report doeth goe ar gon with 
him and thare are 40 or 50 of a band ar prickt vpon everie Captines 
boocke and doe stand at an howers warning vpon payn of death thare 
be them prickt whous livings is worth 200L a yeare and vpward and 
thare be suplyes apoynted to fill vp the Captins boock agayn as sowne 
as they ar gone it is much feared that we have manie dangerouse 
enimies but if god be with vs we feare not whoe is agaynst us. you 
wrott vnto me to send you a laboring man or to and I have spoken 
vnto divers to goe and them that be good wokmen and can get theyer 
living heare ar fearfull to go to seae for feare they shall not live to 
com to your land, but wear it not for the danger of the seas you mought 
have inough. 

Broather my wife and chilldren desireth to be remembred vnto your 
wife and chilldren and we doe dayelye praye for your prosperitie 
besiching the Allmighti god to blese vs all and send vs his kingdom 
of grase and the kingdom of glorie in heaven through Jesus Christ our 
only saviour and redemer, Amen. 

Brother I praye you to return me your answer conserning the land 
what shall be dune in it wheather I shall mak an enter vpon it in your 
behalfe vntill you can com or send over, for it is howses much of it 
and must be repayred or otherwise it will goe in decaye. 

Broather you wrott conserning the teaching of the word, it is not 
soe much taught as it was when you lyved heare for thar is no lectuarie 



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vsed in no place and but on sermon vpon the sabath day, and in manie 
places on sermon in a month and skarse that whearfore manie doe 
feare that the Lord hath ordayned a punishment for it, soe I end and 
rest your Loving brother to the utermost of my power vntill death. 

John Wollcott. 

I have writt vnto you at this time 3 letters becaus if on miscari the 
other may com to your hands, my sonne John is not com horn from 
the Indens (Indies). 

To my Loving brother 
Hennory Wollcott 
dwelling in Winsor 
by quenattecott rieuer 
in Nu England giue 
these I pray you. 

FROM THE SAME 

deare broather my Love to you remembred and to your wife and all 
the rest of my cuzens wishing allwayes your health and prosperitie in 
the Lord allso my wife and chilldren desireth to be remembred unto 
your selfe my sister and my cozens these feowe lynes are to sertifie 
that I reseaved your letter whearin you wrott of your safe arrivell 
whom (home) into your Cuntrie god be praysed. 

Brother soe it is that the cheffe man that you did leave in trust for 
you which was the ffarmer Venn: is dead and your letter of Atornie 
unto him is out of forsce and my bond for M r Berches monie lyeth 
in farmer Venn's executors hand M r Clarke hath no writing to shew 
him what he should doe in your busnes I have payed M r Berch his 
25L at this daye and hand not up my bond, also I have layed out moar 
monie for the Liverie and your busnes than is in my hand and M r 
Jeans telles me that the Liverie must be retorned back into the 
excheqer this next tearm to be recorded thare or otherwise thare will 
com out upon the land a paymnt of 40L everie yeare untill it be dune 
bye doing of it will cost betwixt 40 and 50, * * * and for the 
rest of your rents I have no power from you to demand it of them, 
nether doeth mr. Clark knowe what to doe because he hath not the 
writings nether as it should seme unwilling to truble himself in other 
mens busnes for my partt I shall be redye and willing to doe you 
anie resonabell servise that I can doe and have showed mr. Clark 
what I have layed out and dune in your behalfe praye brother retorn 



28 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

to mr. Clark and me your answer what shall be don for you in your 
busnes as sonn as you can so I end and rest your loving brother to be 
comanded to the utermost of my power, 



John Wollcott 



In Venns in Bushops ) 

) 1641: 
Lydeard the 20th of Aprill ) 

To my verie 
Lovinge Brother 
Henrie Wollcott in 
new England at 

Winsor neere quena 
tacotte rieuer giue 
these I pray you. 



FROM THE SAME 

ffrom Wellington the 6th of february 1650 

Loved Brother my kind love and best respects to you remem. and 
to my sister in Law w th all the rest of my Cozens Ingenerall rem. 
Hopinge in the lord you are all in good health as wee all were at the 
present writinge hereof praysed be god for it These few lines are to 
give you to understand that I doe much desire to here from you to 
have Answere of my former letteres sent unto you the last yere w ch 
I hope you have receved I did desire to have a dischardge by your 
letter on the account betweene you and mee till micklemas 1649 of w ch 
I have made full satisfaction to Henrie Wollcott and Rich Skinner 
for all busines past till that time exceypt the o d five pounds above 300L 
and I desire to have a dischardge of the 30L bond that was left in m r 
Venns hand and at micklemas 1649 I left of housekeping and my 
selfe and wife and Daughter Elizabethe doth Rent 2 or three roomes 
of my sonn Hugh Wollcott in the house my sister did lieve and 
since that time my sonn did take Longforth of your Trustees and was 
to pay 10L pr Annum and you to dischardge all Taxes exceypt 
church & poore w ch they sent you by the last letter and what mony 
is behind in his hand he is verie willinge to pay when you shall send 
order and a dischardge under the hands of your overseers my sonn 
is desirous to know your mind in it where you will sett it for longer 
terme for he doth bestow a great chardge in dressing of it and all the 
fodder he hath growne is spent on it and now they have made him pay 



THE FAMILY IN THE UNITED STATES 29 

for our owne chardge w ch is bestowed one it Henrie Wollcott and 
Rich Skinner & m r Trott hath seene it all 3 and doe all like well of his 
Husbandrie If at anie time you desire to sell either Tolland or the 
Eleven akers at Wellington I shall desire that my sonn may be heard 
before another it is Indif. quiet w th us here in England at present 
but warrs in Ireland and Scotland but prased be god they doe much 
prevaile we have still greate taxes how to maintaine the Armies in 
both lands and the fleete at seaes soe I having noe other nuse to Trobel 
you w th at present but desirous to here from you or see you here in 
England I rest 

Allwaies your Loved Brother till Death 

John Wollcott 

I have never lost anie opportun when I could send letteres unto you 
I have Re a letter from * * * this letter was writen the same 
day dated the 7th month the 23rd day where I understand my Cozen 
Henrie hath a Intent to com over to take an account for you it is 
w th out anie great doubt by gods protection safe passadge over sea 
and in England quiet over the lands for the present and verie hopefull 
to continue soe I leave you to the protection of the Almightie god to 
prosper you and familie 

To my verie Loved Brother 
Mr Henrie Wollcott at 
Winsor plantation neere 
Connectecott River in 
new England 



FROM THE SAME 

Wellington the nth of februa 1650 

Lovinge Brother my kind love and best respects to you and to my 
sister in law and to all the rest of my cozens Ingen. rem. Hoping in 
the lord you are all in good health as wee all were at the prsent writing 
hereof prsed be god for it These few lines are to certifie you that I 
have recea. a letter from you dated the 23th of the 7 month in w ch 
you write that my Cozen Henrie doth Intend to com over eyther this 
yere or the next to take up your Accounts I should be verie glad to see 
him here w th us and I shall desire that he will be pleased to take my 
house for his resting place I will promise him trulie wellcom for our 
condition here I neede not to write I did somwhat certifie by my 



30 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

other letter dated the 6th of this prsent month that m r Trott can 
certifie anie thing what you shall desire you wrote to know of my sister 
in law brothers and sisters were living Thomas Saunders is dead 
Robert Saunders is yet living and young Georg Saunders hath bought 
his father's living and is married he is the house kepper w th his mother 
and for my sonn John we have noe nuse of him since you were here 
I have sent 2 letters more one for you and the other from my sonn to 
my Cozen Henrie all Recconing hath bin past to Henrie Wollcott and 
Richard Skinner till Mickelmas 1649 and there was 8L due to you w ch 
I paid them and also Constable had 3L 10s the rest was * * * in 
cloth as they told me by your direction and what money is due to you 
since that time you shall have it returned by your next order soe I 
having noe nuse to troble you w th at the prsent I rest 

Allwaies your Loving Brother till Death 

John Wallcott 

To my verie Lovd Brother 
mr Henrie Wollcott 
at Winsor neere 

Connettecott River in 
new England 



From His Nephew 

Wellington the 25th of March 1654 

Lovd Uncle my Reverend dutie to you rem. and to my Aunt and to 
all the rest of my Cozens in generall rem: Hopinge in the lord you 
are in good health as wee all were at the present writing hereof praysed 
be god for it These few lines are to certifie you that my father is 
dead he died the 17th of februr 1652 and for the rent of Tolland 
mill I have made Even w th my Cozen Henrie till the 25th of March 
1654 and for longforth it doth appeare in the purchase deede to be a 
chattell lease noe tearm expressed, purchased to one Nicholis Greenes- 
lad now I should desire of you to certifie how Old M r John Greens- 
lade came to have the Inherit, of this land and by what lawfull titell 
he made it to my Uncle Christoph and his heires it semes by the deede 
that two Akers of bulls meadow and 3 akers more called Giffords 
Burgadge was purchased by the same deede w ch my Kinsman hath 
a counterpart of the deede my father bought of you 3 akers in bulls 
medow w ch was all that whole piece and after bull did make it appeare 
that he had a 3 prte for w ch I paid 22L 10s to one berrie that had 



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bought it of bull w ch money If it were in case of conscience ought to 
be Allowed and in regard that the State is not to be made good w ch 
was bought I shall desire you to be certified by your next letter how 
the fee came to m r Greenslade and for Tolland mill there are som 
goods w ch were my grandfathers and my fathers and now I prceaive 
by my Cozen Henrie you have noe Intent to Departe w th the Estate; 
you shall buy such household goods as I have there if you plese for I 
am loth they should be removed I shall desire an Answer in these 
prticulars I have made Even in all things w th you till the 25th of 
March 1654 leaving the 22L uppon an Equall triall soe I having noe 
other thing to trubell you w th but that my Kinsman can certifie you 
of Allmost all our prcedings I rest 

Allwaies your Dutifull Kinsman till Death 

Hugh Wollcott 

To my verie Lovd Uncle 
m r Henrie Wollcott at 

Winsor neere Connettecott River 
in new England 

give this I pray you 



From His Nephew 

Sumerset Aprell the 4th 1655 

Loving uncle my due respects to you and to my ante and all the 
rest of my cozens hoping you are in good health as wee are all this 
present time blesed be god for it * * * we are heare in a 
doutting condition of more troubles : we had a greate raiseng of 
Cavellers in many places of the nation that did proclaime he that was 
our prince Charles to be kinge but blessed be god thear desines have 
note taken efeect if it had our condition had ben very sade they are 
all scattered and taken: as for our trade of cloth it is very good: 
cloth is very deare in regarde of spenneng is very scarce; praye lett 
us heare from you as soone as posible I shall be willing to doe my 
uttermoste for you or any of my Cusans if you or thay have any 
occasion to employe me aboute sendeng of cloth or any other thing my 
mother desiers very earnestly to remember her deare love and 
respeectes unto you and ante if living we harde nothing of you in your 
last letter; my wiffe and my sisters desiers to presente theare due 
respeectes unto you and my ante and my cusanes we doe earnestly desier 
to heare f rome you and wheather my ante be living or no I should write 



32 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

a letter to my Cusane Henery if I had time but I have nothinge to 
present unto hem bute my kind love and to his wife soe having nothing 
eles at present leving you to the protecttion of the Almighty I Reste 

Your asured Loving Cusane to serve in any thinge 

George Saunders 
Lawrance Liddiard 
Aprell 4th 1655 

Cusan Richard Skiner have sene this leter and he desiers to be re- 
membred unto you but he have no time to write 

To my very Loving Uncle 
Mr Henry Woolcott theld r 
att Winsorr neare 

Conettecott River in New Angland 
give these 



GRANT OF LANDS BY THE GENERAL COURT 
Connecticott. January nth 1640 

Henry Woolcott the elder hath graunted from the plantation for 
an homelott twelue acres, the breadth by the streete on the north 
twenty fowre rodd, and the breadth behind to the south forty sixe rodd 
more or less, bounded by Joseph Lomas and John Porter east and by 
Rodger Ludlowe North : 

Also in the greate meade twenty two acres, the breadth is thirty sixe 
rodd, and is bounded by Rodger Ludlowe west, by Henry Woolcott the 
younger north, by the greate riuer East, by the riuerlett south : 

In Plimouth meade eight acres, the breadth seuentene rodd, the 
length from the way on the banke to the greate riuer, bounded by 
Henry Woolcott the younger north. Thomas Moore south. 

Also towards Harteford sixty eight acres, in breadth next the greate 
riuer east seuenty rodd, in length to the west an hundred thirty fowre 
rodd, bounded by Thomas Moore north ; Rodger Williams south : 

Also ouer the greate riuer twenty fowre acres more or less, in 
breadth eighty one rodd, and the length from the sayd riuer to the 
east to the second swampe, bounded by Benimin Nuberry South, Bray 
Rosseter north : 

Also ouer the sd greate riuer next there unto in breadth twenty rodd 
and the length from the riuer to the east three miles bounded by John 
Witchf eild north Dauid Wilton south : 

Also ouer the sd riuer next thereunto in breadth ten rodd in length 



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to the east three miles, bounded by Dauid Wilton north, and on the 
south by Henry ffookes. 

Also ouer the greate riuer fowreteene acres begining thirty one rodd 
and halfe from the riuer, and is to bee there eighteene rodd in breadth 
and runnes to the east an hundred and threescore rodd bounded on 
the north and south with his owne ground. 

Also uppon the banke of Plimouth meade tenne rodd in breadth 
bounded on the south by Henry Woolcott the younger, on the north 
by Christopher Woolcott, on the east by Plimouth meade, on the west 
by the highway. 

Ouer the greate riuer fifty acres in breadth tenne rodd to beginne 

an hundred and threescore rodd from the riuer, and from thence in 

length two miles and halfe to the east, and is bounded by Thomas 

Buckland south, in the north by William Rockwell 

(Winsor ffoll. 12:) 

Bray Rosseter Registr 



FIRST GENERATION 



HENRY 1 WOLCOTT, who emigrated from England 
and was the ancestor of the family in this country of which 
a record is here given, was the second son of John Wolcott 
of Tolland in Somersetshire, England, and was baptized in 
the adjoining parish of Lydiard St. Lawrence, Dec. 6, 1578. 
He m. Jan. 19, 1606, Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Saunders, of 
Lydiard St. Lawrence. She was baptized, Dec. 20, 1584.- 
Children : — 

i. JOHN, bap. Oct. i, 1607, was living in England in 1631, and 
apparently never emigrated to this country. He had d. 
without issue previous to the date of his father's will in 1655. 
The family record makes no mention of him. 

2. ANNA. She came over with her sister and youngest brother 
after the family had become settled; m. Oct. 16, 1646, 
Matthew Griswold, of Windsor. 

Their dau., Elizabeth Griswold, b. about 1652; m. Oct. 17, 1670, 
John, son of James and Elizabeth (Rowland) Rogers. 

Their son, John Rogers, b. at New London, Conn., Mar. 20, 
1674; m. Jan. 2, 1700, his cousin, Bathsheba, dau. of Richard 
and Bathsheba (Rogers) Smith. 

Their dau., Bathsheba Rogers, b. at New London, Conn., 
Mar. 1, 1708; m. Dec. 21, 1727, Robert, son of Robert and 
Mary (Mortimer) Stoddard. 

Their son, Mark Stoddard, b. at Groton, Conn., Oct. 
10, 1743; m. Dec. 9, 1768, Lucy, dau. of Samuel and 
Hannah (Avery) Allyn. 

Their son, Jonathan Stoddard, b. at Groton, Conn., 
Mar. 16, 1783; m. Dec. 20, 1812, Hannah, dau. of 
Israel and Elizabeth (Brewster) Morgan. 



FIRST GENERATION 35 

Their son, James Gallup Stoddard, (twin) b. 
Jan. 9, 1826; m. Dec. 7, 1863, Margaret, dau. of 
Andrew and Mary (Auld) Barr. 

Their dau., Mary Hannah Stoddard, b. Feb. 
28, 1865; m. June 27, 1888, Robert James, 
son of John and Jane (Porter) Johnston. 
Resides at Humboldt, la. 

3. HENRY, b. Jan. 21, 1610/11. See II. 

4. GEORGE. See III. 

5. CHRISTOPHER. He emigrated to America with his 

parents and two older brothers in 1630. The family home- 
stead in Windsor was bequeathed to him by his father. He 
d. unm. Sept. 7, 1662. By his will, nuncupative, his estate 
was divided among his brothers and sisters — Henry receiv- 
ing the larger share. 

6. MARY. She m. June 25, 1646, Job Drake of Windsor. She 

and her husband d. the same day, Sept. 16, 1689. 

Their dau., Abigail Drake, m. Israel Dewey. 

Their son, Israel Dewey (2nd), m. . 

Their dau., Elizabeth Dewey, m. Nov. 6, 1714, William 
Bromley. 

Their dau., Content Bromley, m. April 14, 1760, Jonas 
Maine, son of Dea. Thomas and Annah Brown Maine 
of North Stonington. She d. Aug., 1825, aged 89 years. 

Their son, Jabish B. Maine, b. June 1, 1776, at 
North Stonington, Conn.; m. March 15, 1795, Free- 
love Edwards, dau. of Christopher and Amy Hall 
Edwards of North Stonington, Conn. He d. Oct. 
30, 1856. 

Their dau., Clarinda W. Maine, b. March 30, 
1808, at North Stonington, Conn.; m. (2nd) 
May 6, 1839, Capt. William Hunt, son of 
William and Jerusha Keeney Hunt, of Bolton, 
Conn. She d. June 10, 1888, at Bolton, Conn. 



36 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

Their dau., Sarah C. Hunt, b. Dec. 10, 1849, 
at Bolton, Conn. ; m. April 21, 1870, Charles 
W. Hale, son of Joel and Pluma Taylor 
Hale, of West Windsor, Vt. 

Their son, C. Wesley Hale, b. Feb. 13, 
• 1872, at Bolton, Conn. ; m. July 25, 1894, 
Delia M. Presbrey, dau. of Frederick H. 
and Meriva Elizabeth (Newell) Pres- 
brey, of Rockville, Conn. Resides at 
Springfield, Mass. Children, b. at Spring- 
field, Mass. : 

i. Fiona Presbrey Hale, b. Jan. 19, 

1899. 

ii. Charles Wesley Hale, (3rd) b. 

and d. Jan. 2, 1904. 

7- SIMON, b. between Sept. n, 1624, and Sept. n, 1625. 
See IV. 

Mr. Wolcott's residence in Windsor was toward the south- 
ern end of the town, south of the Farmington River, on a 
tract of high land which has always borne the name of "The 
Island," along which the road passes southward, and then 
through the meadow, — being the first, or meadow, road to 
Hartford. The lot of his eldest son, Henry, Jr., ad- 
joined his own on the south, both fronting the west. He 
continued an honored resident of Windsor until his death, 
which occurred May 30, 1655. His will was dictated on the 
day of his death, and was as follows : 

LAST WILL 

The thirtieth of May (1655), I, HENRY WOLCOTT, sick of body, 
but of perfect memory, do make and ordain this my last will and testa- 
ment, in manner and form following. 

First. I commend my soul to God my maker, hoping assuredly 
through the only merit of Jesus Christ my Saviour, to be a partaker of 
life everlasting; and I commend my body to the earth, . whereof it was 
made. 

I will that my wife shall have all my house lot, orchard, garden, hop- 



FIRST GENERATION 37 

yard and my lot in Plymouth meadow, during the term of her natural 
life. Also, I give unto my wife two of my cows, and half the house- 
hold goods in my dwelling house. 

Also, I leave my land in England to Henry my eldest son, without 
encumbrances. Also, I give unto him my two books of martyrs. 

Also, I give to Christopher my second son, my lot in the Great 
meadow, — and also, my house lot and houseing upon it, after the death 
of my wife, he paying out of it thirty pounds, after my wife's decease, 
as I shall hereafter appoint. 

Also, I give to George my third son, the five pounds he owes me, 
and five pounds more. 

Also, I give to Simon, my youngest son, all my land on the easterly 
side of the Great River and also my lot at Arramonets. 

Also, to the children of Henry, my eldest son, five pounds to Henry 
the eldest of them, and to the rest of them forty shillings apiece. 

I give all the rest of my goods to be equally divided amongst all my 
children. 

Also, I appoint Henry Wolcott, my son, to be overseer of this my 
will and testament. 

Also, my will is, that Christopher, my son, shall have my lot in 
Plymouth meadow, after the decease of my wife. 

My will is that my debts shall be first paid. 

October 4, 1655. The above written being testified to the Court by 
Mr. Henry Wolcott, upon oath, and by Mr. Wichfield to be the 
last will and testament of Mr. Henry Wolcott, senior, deceased, 
the Court approbated of the same, and ordered it to be recorded. 

John Cullick, Secretary. 

His widow survived him about five weeks; she died July 
7, and her will, dated July 5, is attested by her mark. The 
explanation of this, which we find in one of our old manu- 
scripts, is unquestionably authentic: "Their wills were made 
just before their deaths, and Mrs. Wolcott, not being well 
enough to write her name, only made her mark." 

The inventory of Henry Wolcott's estate, exclusive of 
property in England, amounted to £764 8s. lOd. This 
schedule, compared with the amount which he was worth on 
leaving England, illustrates forcibly the following observa- 
tion of the Connecticut Historian, Dr. Benjamin Trumbull: 



38 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

"In purchasing the lands and making settlements, in a wilderness, 
the first planters expended great estates. It has been the opinion of 
the best judges, who have the most perfect acquaintance with the 
ancient affairs of the Colony, that many of the adventurers expended 
more, in making settlements in Connecticut, than all the lands and 
buildings were worth, after all the improvements they had made upon 
them." 1 

Over the graves of Henry Wolcott and Elizabeth his wife, 
there is an arched monument of brown stone. Around it are 
the monuments of their children and their children's children. 
The cemetery lies in the rear of the First Congregational 
Church, on the high northern bank of Farmington River; the 
railroad passes on its western side. 

We add from our ancient "Chronologie," the simple state- 
ment which follows the record of their death, and which is of 
more worth than all other history and eulogy: 

These both dyed in hope and Ly buryed under one Tomb 
in Windsor. 

Of this ancient monument and its inscriptions we give on 
the next page a clear picture. It is said to be the oldest 
monument, of this style, in the country. Erected about 
thirty-five years from the landing at Plymouth, it is still in 
perfect preservation. 

DEED OF GALDON MANOR 

BY HENRY WOLCOTT TO HIS SON HENRY 

The estate appears to have been largely, if not wholly, that 
which was conveyed by Robert Mynne to Christopher Wol- 
cott. The last-named condition, requiring the wife, if she 
survived her husband, to relinquish her legal interest in the 
estate, was obviously designed to allow it to pass unencum- 
bered to the eldest son in succession, in accordance with the 
English law of entail. This will appear more fully in the 
account of the third generation. See V. 



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KNOW AL MEN BY THESE pnts that I henry woolcot of 
Windsor upon Connecticut Gent In consideration of my natural affec- 
tion unto henry woolcot mine oldest Sonne and for other considera- 
tions mouvinge me hereunto have given and graunted and by these 
pnts doe give and graunt unto the said Henry Woolcot my Son al 
that farme and mansion house lying and situate in the prshes of Tol- 
land and Lidiard Lawrence in the County of Somerset parcel of the 
Mannour of Galdon with al those Messuages Lands Meadows Pastures 
Mills Tenements and Hereditaments thereunto belonging now or late 
in the occupation of John Woolcot or his assignes To Have and 
to Hold the said Farme and several Premisses after the natural 
lives of me the aforesaid Henry Woolcot and of Elizabeth my Wife 
(except as hereafter excepted) to him the said Henry Woolcot my Son 
and to his heirs male begotten or to be begotten of the body of Sarah 
his now Wife and in default of said Heirs then to said Henry my Son 
forever together with one shilling yearely to be payd out of the Rents 
and Profits of the same excepting alwaies one estate of the premisses 
which the aforesaid John Woolcot holdeth by Coppy of Court Rolle 
according to the custom of the mannor. Alsoe I the said Henry Wool- 
cot for the aforesaid consideration doe hereby give and graunt assigne 
and set over unto the said Henry Woolcot my Son a Rent charge of 
fifteene pounds yearly during the lives of me the said Henry and Eliza- 
beth my Wife beginning at or upon the determination of the above men- 
tioned estate holden by the aforesaid John Woolcot. Alsoe I the said 
Henry Woolcot for the aforesaid consideration and in consideration of 
a marriage lately entred and solemnized betwixt the said Henry my Son 
and his now Wife Sarah doe hereby give and graunt ratify and con- 
firme unto the said Sarah my daughter in law the summe of ten pounds 
yearly during hir natural life in case she shal happen to overlive the 
said Henry Woolcot my Son after the determination of the aforesaid 
estate of John Woolcot holden as aforesaid In case she relinquish al 
challenge of hir wives estate In witness whereof I have hereunto put 
my hand and seale the tenth day of March Anno Domi 1642. 

Henry Woolcott 
(and a seal) 

Sealed and delivered 
in the presence of 

Ephraim Huit 
John Warham 
John Witchfield 



SECOND GENERATION 






—II— 

HENRY 2 WOLCOTT [3] (Henry 1 ) came to America 
with his parents and was admitted a freeman by the General 
Court at Boston, April 1, 1634, which shows that he was at 
that time a member of the Dorchester Church. He removed 
with the family to Windsor in 1636, where he m. Nov. 18, 
1641, Sarah, dau. of Mr. Thomas Newberry. Children: — } 

8—i. HENRY, b. Jan. 6, 1643. See V. 
9—2. JOHN, b. Feb. 28, 1645. See VI. 
10—3. SAMUEL, b. Oct. 8, 1647; d. May 10, 1648. 
11 — 4. SARAH, b. July 5, 1649; m - J une 6, 1674, Capt. John 

Price, of Salem, Mass. She d. March 25, 1698. Child: 

Walter, b. May 17, 1676. 
12 — 5. MARY, b. Dec. 6, 1651; m. June 2, 1679, James Russell, 

Esq., of Charlestown, Mass. 
13—6. HANNAH, b. March 8, 1653; d. at Charlestown, Sept. 

4, 1683, a month after her sister Mary. 
14—7. SAMUEL, b. April 16, 1656. See VII. 
15—8. JOSIAH, b. July 21, 1658. See VIII. 

Mr. Henry Wolcott was an importing merchant, and his 
ledger has been preserved. He appears to have been in Eng- 
land on business in the spring of 1654. He was engaged in 
public life, and held various appointments; was one of the 
nineteen gentlemen prominent in the Colony who were 
named in the Charter of Connecticut. He was elected a 
member of the House of Deputies in 1660, and of the House 
of Magistrates in 1662, and successively after, until his death. 

He was master of a shorthand to which we did not imagine 
that any key could ever be found. Among the papers 
deposited in the library of the Connecticut Historical Society, 



SECOND GENERATION 41 

many years since, was a stout little vellum-covered volume 
of nearly four hundred pages, closely written in this hand, 
with no clue to the subject nor to the writer's name. It lay 
unnoticed until about the year 1857, when it attracted the 
attention of J. Hammond Trumbull, LL. D., who succeeded 
in deciphering it, and found it to consist of notes of sermons 
and lectures, delivered in Windsor and Hartford, between 
April, 1638, and May, 1641, in regular course. The writer's 
name is not given, but his birthday is noted on the first leaf 
of the volume, in the words "the day I was born was the 21 
of Jan. 1610" and this and other facts identified him as 
Henry Wolcott, Jr.; and it is a curious fact that the only 
record of his birth is found among these hieroglyphics. The 
alphabet made use of is nearly the same with that of Willis 
(published in 1607) but the great number and variety of 
arbitrary signs introduced by the writer made the task of 
deciphering a difficult one. 

Mr. Wolcott gave much attention to the cultivation of 
fruit of which he kept a record in his shorthand volume. 
He rented to several tenants in England the estate which his 
father had bequeathed to him. He appears to have taken as 
prominent a part in church matters as in town and state 
affairs. D. July 12, 1680. Widow of Henry Wolcott d. 
July 16, 1684. 



—HI- 
GEORGE 2 WOLCOTT [4] (Henry 1 ) came with his 
parents from England. He was made a freeman by the 
General Court of Connecticut, May 21, 1657, and settled 
in Wethersfield. His history is more obscure than that of his 
brothers. The names of his children are given in the Family 
Chronology but none of their descendants. We learn from 
this that he m. Treat, and d. at Wethersfield, Feb. 12, 



42 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

1662; and from the Probate Records that the Christian name 
of his wife was Elizabeth. Children: — 

16 — i. ELIZABETH, b. June 20, 1650; m. Dec. 15, 1686, 

Gabriel Cornish. 
17—2. GEORGE, b. Sept. 20, 1652. See IX. 
18 — 3. JOHN, b. Aug. 5, 1656. Nothing- more is known of him 

except that he was living at the date of his father's will 

in 1662. 
19 — 4. MERCY, b. Oct. 4, 1659; was living in 1687 an invalid. 



—IV— 

SIMON 2 WOLCOTT [7] (Henry 1 ) was but five years 
old when his father emigrated to America. He remained in 
England with his two sisters until the family had effected 
a settlement in this country ; they came over within ten years 
after, but the exact time of their arrival we have not been 
able to ascertain. He was admitted a freeman in 1654. He 
m. (1st) March 19, 1657, Joanna, dau. of Aaron Cook, one 
of the first settlers of Windsor; she was b. Aug. 5, 1638. 
Her married life was brief; she d. Apr. 27, 1657. He m. 
(2nd) Oct. 17, 1661, Martha Pitkin described in the Wind- 
sor Records as "late from England." Children: — 

20 — 1. ELIZABETH, b. Aug. 19, 1662; m. Dec. 10, 1680, 
Daniel Cooley, of Longmeadow, Mass. He was b. 
Mar. 2, 165 1, and d. Feb. 9, 1727. She d. Jan. 3, 1708. 

Their son, John Cooley, b. Feb. 23, 1689; m. May 28, 
1713, Mercy Gunn, of Westfield. She d. Dec. 27, 1758. 
He d. May 10, 1761. 

Their dau., Abiah Cooley, b. Feb. 11, 1721 ; m. Mar. 24, 
1744, Benjamin Colton. He was b. Feb. 1, 1722, and 
d. June 30, 1808. 



SECOND GENERATION 43 

Their son, Joseph Colton, b. Jan. 25, 1744, at Wilbra- 
ham; m. Oct. 24, 1774, Eleanor Bartlett. She d. 
June 18, 1861. He d. June 15, 1815, at West Spring- 
field. 

Their son, Rufus Colton, b. Oct. 8, 1776; m. 
Feb. 23, 1809, Lucretia Day. She was b. 1787, 
and d. June 18, 1861. He d. June 12, 1862, at 
West Springfield. 

Their dau., Laura Colton, b. Dec. 19, 1822; 
m. Nov. 14, 1848, George Wilson Moore. He 
was b. Dec. 29, 1823, and d. Oct. 20, 1889. 
She d. Sept. 10, 1907. 

Their son, James Bunce Moore, b. May 
31, 1856; m. Oct. 12, 1883, Annie, dau. of 
Sir William Buel Richards and Deborah 
(Muirhead) Richards. Resides at Hart- 
ford, Conn. Children: 

i. Laura Catherine Moore, b. Aug. 
27, 1883; m. Feb. 23, 1903, Raymond 
G. Keeney. 

ii. Annie Richards Moore, b. July 5, 
1886; m. July 11, 1908, Arthur Henry 
Imbusch. 

iii. James Richards Moore, b. Nov. 
13, 1901. 

2i—2. MARTHA, b. May 17, 1664; m. Jan. 6, 1686, Thomas 
Allyn, Jr., of Windsor. 

Their son, Benjamin Allyn, m. Dec. 18, 1707, Anne Watson. 

Their son, Capt. Benjamin Allyn, Jr., m. Aug. 9, 1733, 
Abigail Loomis. 

Their son, Capt. John Allyn, m. May 28, 1760, Ruth 
Burnham. See VII. 

Their son, Henry Allyn, m. Dec, 1799, Asenath 
Scovil. 

Their dau., Julia Lydia Allyn, m. Jan. 1, 1822, 
Isaac Welton. 



44 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

Their dau., Clarinda Julia Welton, m. 
May 29, 1844, George F. Havens; d. Nov. 
21, 1890. 

Their dau., Julia M. Havens, b. May 
18, 1845; m. Jan. 17, 1866, Buell Hem- 
inway. Resides at Wethersfield, Conn. 
Children : 

i. Buell Havens Heminway, b. 
Nov. 11, 1866; m. Oct. 19, 1892, 
Maude Willard. 

ii. Mary Julia Heminway, b. Mar. 
2, 1869; m. Dec. 22, 1897, Paul 
Climpke. 

iii. Helen Louise Heminway, b. 
June 14, 1872 ; d. Nov. 10, 1910. 

22—3. SIMON, b. June 24, 1666. See X. 

23 — 4. JOANNA, b. June 30, 1668; m. Sept. 2, 1690, John 

Colton, of Longmeadow, Mass. 

24—5. HENRY, b. May 20, 1670. See XI. 

25—6. CHRISTOPHER, b. July 4, 1672; d. April 3, 1693,. 

26—7. MARY, b. 1674; d. 1676. 

27—8. WILLIAM, b. Nov. 6, 1676. See XII. 

28—9. ROGER, b. Jan. 4, 1679. See XIII. 

Mrs. Martha Wolcott was the sister of William Pitkin, 
Esq., of East Hartford, Attorney-General and Treasurer 
of the Colony. There is a current tradition — which we trace 
to a respectable source and believe to be authentic — that she 
came on a visit to her brother and that some of the leading 
men of the Colony desirous of securing her residence in the 
country through a suitable marriage connection selected her 
future husband as the most promising young man then in 
the Colony to make the proposal to her. 

In April, 1761, he sold his place in Windsor to the Saund- 
ers Brothers and removed to his farm in Simsbury * * * 
returned to Windsor and in 1680 settled on his land on the 



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SECOND GENERATION 45 

eastern side of the Connecticut River in the present town 
of South Windsor. 

He d. Sept. 11, 1687, and was buried in the Windsor 
churchyard. Epitaph. 

The widow of Simon Wolcott m. (2nd) 1689, Daniel 
Clarke, Esq., of Windsor, being his second wife. She d. 
Oct. 13, 1719, "Aged 80 years." A headstone marked her 
grave in the old churchyard of South Windsor, but her name 
has since been inscribed on the durable monument of her first 
husband in the Windsor churchyard. 



THIRD GENERATION 
— v— 

HENRY 3 WOLCOTT [8] (Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Oct. 
12, 1664, Abiah, dau. of Edward Goffe, Esq., of Cambridge, 
Mass. She was b. April 1, 1647. Children: — 

29—1. ELIZABETH, b. Aug. 27, 1665; m. Jan. 5, 1686, Mat- 
thew Allyn, of Windsor; d. June 4, 1734. 

30 — 2. HENRY, b. April 13, 1667; d. young. 

31 — 3. ABIAH, b. May 1, 1669; d. Jan. 25, 1696. 

32 — 4. SARAH, b. March 27, buried July 20, 1671. 

33 — 5. HENRY, b. March 30, 1673; d. Aug. 5, 1697. Epitaph. 

34 — 6. SARAH, b. April 16, 1676; m. March 16, 1698, Rev. 
Charles Chauncy, of Stratfield, (Grandson of second 
President of Harvard College). 

35 — 7. SAMUEL, b. March 26, 1679. He graduated at Har- 
vard College in 1698, being the first of the family who 
completed a college course in this country; d. June 25, 
1709. Epitaph. 

Mr. Henry Wolcott was elected a member of the House 
of Deputies in 1686 and subsequently he was for many years 
the Town Clerk of Windsor. D. Feb. 18, 1709/10. Epitaph. 

It had been the expectation of his father that, as the only 
surviving son, he would succeed to the possession of the real 
estate which the first Henry Wolcott left in England, and 
which had descended by will, first to his eldest son, the second 
Henry Wolcott, and then to his eldest son, the third Henry 
Wolcott. It was their evident desire that the property should 
remain in the family, in the possession of the eldest heir in 
the male line. On the death of the third Henry, without male 
issue surviving, it naturally reverted to the heirs of his two 
daughters, Mrs. Allyn and Mrs. Chauncy. Their claim was 



THIRD GENERATION 47 

contested by the heirs in the male line. The suit was re- 
garded with much interest in the Colony, as it was supposed 
to involve the question whether the English law of primo- 
geniture and entail should be recognized in this country. The 
claim of the Wolcotts was disallowed, and the property was 
divided between the Allyns and the Chauncys. The decision 
caused some unpleasant feeling in the family; and Benja- 
min, the son of John Wolcott, proceeded to England, and 
took personal possession of the property, which caused dif- 
ficulty there. The demands of the Wolcotts, whether legal 
or not, were subsequently purchased by Colonel Allyn. So 
much of the estate as remained in the possession of his heirs 
in 1787 was disposed of at that time by Henry Allyn, Esq., 
for £850 sterling. 



—VI— 

JOHN 3 WOLCOTT [9] (Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) 
Feb. 13, 1677, Mary, dau. of Capt. John Chester and grand- 
dau. of Gov. Thomas Wells. She was b. Dec. 23, 1654, and 
d. July 10, 1689. He settled in Wethersfield and was select- 
man in 1679. He removed to Windsor and was chosen 
Deputy to the General Court in 1698 and subsequently. 
Children : — 

36—1. JOHN, b. Nov. 22, 1677. See XIV. 

37 — 2. HENRY, b. Aug. 7, 1679; d. Apr. 29, 1680. 

38—3. CHARLES, b. Sept. 3, 1681. See XV. 

39 — 4. GEORGE, b. Oct. 20, 1683; was in Salem, Mass., with 
his uncle Josiah in 1691; d. unm. previous to 1719, 
when his father's estate was distributed. 

40 — 5. BENJAMIN, m. Nov. 3, 1719, Mrs. Jane, widow of 
Edward Gilhampton of Tolland, England, and d. in 
England apparently without issue. His property was 
divided among his surviving brothers and sisters previ- 
ous to 1732. 



48 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

41 — 6. MARY, m. Dec. 19, 1706, John Eliot, Esq., of Roxbury, 
Mass. 

Their dau., Elizabeth Eliot, b. May 14, 1712; m. Nov. 23, 
1732, Judge Thomas Chandler. He was b. July 23, 1709. 
She d. Dec. 22, 1794. 

Their son, Thomas Chandler, Jr., b. Sept. 23, 1740; m. 
July 21, 1763, Sarah Lord. She d. Mar. 22, 1791. 

Their dau., Lucy Chandler, b. May 28, 1764; m. May 
23, 1782, Rev. Ezekiel Colburn, of Massena, N. Y. 
He was b. 1754. 

Their dau., Marcia Colburn, b. Mar. 8, 1800; m. 
June, 1822, Ira Hoyt. He was b. Mar. 12, 1798, 
and d. Feb. 26, 1884. She d. May, 1884. 

Their son, Albert Hoyt, b. Nov. 3, 1836; m. 
Sept., 1862, Josephine E. Ellis. She was b. 
Aug. 9, 1841. See XXVIII. 

Their son, Albert Ellis Hoyt, b. Oct. 25, 
1865; m. Mar. 15, 1893, Belle Margaret 
Carter. Resides at Albany, N. Y. Children : 

i. Albert Ellis Hoyt, Jr., b. Dec. 30, 

1893. 

ii. Theron Carter Hoyt, b. Aug. 23, 

1898. 

iii. Josephine Chandler Hoyt. 

Mr. John Wolcott m. (2nd) June 22, 1692, Mrs. Hannah 
Nicholas, of Stamford. He d. Jan. 23, 1711/12. 



—VII— 

SAMUEL 3 WOLCOTT [14] (Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
Mar. 6, 1678, Judith, dau. of Samuel Appleton, Esq., of 
Ipswich, Mass. She d. Feb. 19, 1741, aged 88 years. Mr. 
Samuel Wolcott was a merchant in Windsor in 1685. He 



THIRD GENERATION 49 

subsequently removed to Wethersfield and located on "Wol- 
cott Hill" about a mile west of the village; d. June 14, 1695. 
Children : — 

42—1. SAMUEL, b. Apr. n, 1679. See XVI. 

43—2. GERSHOM, b. Nov. 14, 1680; d. Sept. 23, 1682. 

44—3- JOSIAH, b. Feb. 27, 1682; d. Oct. 28, 1712. 

45—4. HANNAH, b. March 19, 1684; m. May 8, 1704, Rev. 
William Burnham, of Kensington. He was b. July 17, 
1684, and d. Sept. 23, 1750. She d. Mar. 16, 1748. 
Children: 

I. William Burnham, m. Feb. 18, 1728, Ruth Norton. 

Their dau., Ruth Burnham, m. May 28, 1760, John 
Allyn. See IV. 

II. Lucy Burnham, m. 1731, John Talcott. He was b. 
Dec. 17, 1704, and d. 1745. 

Their dau., Sarah Talcott, b. Mar. 3, 1735 ; m. Feb. 
26, 1749, Obadiah Wilcox. He was b. July 24, 1724, 
and d. Feb. 20, 1810. She d. Sept. 21, 1809. 

Their dau., Lucy Wilcox, b. Mar. 12, 1754; m. David 
Blish. He was b. Sept. 16, 1753, and d. Dec. 5, 
1817. She d. Dec. 20, 1845. 

Their son, Daniel Blish, b. Aug. 29, 1780; m. 
Dec. 30, 1802, Beulah Wilcox. She was b. Mar. 
16, 1782, and d. May 17, 1861. He d. May 15, 
1820. 

Their dau., Beulah Blish, b. Mar. 31, 1819; 
m. Aug. 21, 1841, Pierpont Edwards Jones. 
He was b. June 27, 1819, and d. Apr. 8, 1892. 
She d. Feb. 2, 1887. 

Their son, Nathan Henry Jones, b. Dec. 
1, 1854; m. Feb. 24, 1875, Ida L. DcKalb. 
She was b. Oct. 9, 1855. Resides at 
Poultney, Vt. Children : 

i. Lydia B. I. Jones, 
ii. Jane L. Jones. 



50 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

III. Mary Burnham, b. Feb. 7, 1722; m. Lieut. John 
Judd, son of Anthony and Susannah (Woodford) Judd. 
He was b. Apr. 25, 1718, and d. Oct. 16, 1781. She d. 
May 22, 1801. 

Their dau., Rhoda Judd, b. Jan. 9, 1754; m. Sept. 29, 
1774, James North, son of James and Sarah (Seymour) 
North, of New Britain, Conn. He was b. Jan. 18, 1748, 
and d. May 14, 1833. She d. Mar. 15, 1824. 

Their dau., Orpha North, b. Aug. 12, 1793; m. Mar. 
18, 1812, Dr. Samuel Hart, son of Elijah and Anna 
(Andrus) Hart, of New Britain, Conn. He was b. 
Apr. 7, 1786, and d. June 20, 1863. She d. Jan. 12, 
1847. Children: 

i. Lucinda Hart, b. Aug. 30, 1820; m. Apr. 27, 
1842, William H. Smith, son of William and 
Sally (Lewis) Smith, of New Britain, Conn. He 
was b. Oct. 22, 1800, and d. Aug. 20, 1873. She 
d. Nov. 20, 1893. 

Their dau., Annie Louisa Smith, b. Oct. 19, 
1849; m. Nov. 5, 1874, Frederick Hosea 
Churchill, son of William and Sarah (Blinn) 
Churchill. See LXXV. He d. Mar. 4, 1881. 
Resides at New Britain, Conn. Children : 

i. May Churchill, b. Sept. 3, 1875; m. 
June 9, 1897, George Sherman Talcott. 
ii. William Churchill, b. Nov. 3, 1876 ; m. 
June 17, 1908, Elizabeth Hyde Durston. 

iii. Rose Churchill, b. June 3, 1878. 

ii. Louise Hart, b. Oct. 15, 1828; m. Dec. 1, 
1846, Jared Bradley Flagg. Children : 

i. Charles Noel Flagg, b. Dec. 25, 1848. 

ii. Jared Flagg, b. Feb. 26, 1853. 

iii. Ernest Flagg, b. Feb. 6, 1857. 

iv. Washington Allston Flagg, b. June 2, 

1860. 

v. Louise Flagg, b. Feb. 16, 1862. 

vi. Rosalie Austin Flagg, b. Nov. 2, 1866. 



THIRD GENERATION 51 

46 — 5. SARAH, b. Aug. 14, 1686; m. Dec. 12, 1706, Capt. 
Robert Wells, of Wethersfield. 

Their dan., Sarah Wells, b. Feb. 5, 1708; m. Nov. 28, 1728, 
Capt. Jonathan Robbins, of Wethersfield. She d. May 5, 
1776. " 

Their dau., Hopeful Robbins, b. Aug. 13, 1735; m. Dec. 
10, 1761, Capt. Joseph Moseley, of Wethersfield, son of 
Capt. Abner Moseley. He was b. Aug. 13, 1735, and 
d. Oct. 25, 1806. She d. Apr. 7, 1826. 

Their son, Dr. Abner Moseley, b. Mar. 13, 1766; 
m. Nov. 14, 1792, Eunice Wells, dau. of William 
and Jerusha Merrick Wells. He d. Sept. 20, 1811. 
She was b. July 27, 1767, at Wethersfield, and d. 
Jan. 26, 1811, at Glastonbury, Conn. 

Their dau., Eunice Moseley, b. Oct. 8, 1793; m. 
Dec. 28, 1814, Winthrop Buck, of Wethersfield; 
d. Aug. 24, 1862. 

Their son, Henry Buck, b. Dec. 6, 1834, at 
Wethersfield ; m. Nov. 30, 1875, Theresa Rob- 
inson, dau. of George and Harriet W. (Brad- 
ley) Robinson, of Hartford, Conn. 

Their son, Henry Robinson Buck, b. Sept. 
14, 1876, at Wethersfield, Conn.; m. Dec. 
3, 1901, Mary Ladoyett Wolcott (2024), 
dau. of Charles and Harriet B. Libby 
Wolcott of Wethersfield, Conn. 

47—6. LUCY, b. Oct. 16, 1688; m. Feb. 1, 1713, Samuel Rob- 
bins, of Wethersfield. 

Their dau., Mary Robbins, b. 1721 ; m. Joseph Wells. 

Their son, Elijah Wells, b. 1751; m. Nov., 1772, Sarah 
Balch. 

Their dau., Mary Wells, b. April, 1777; m. Nov., 
1801, William Adams. 

Their son, William Adams, b. Mar., 1803; m. 
June, 1824, Sarah Crane. 



52 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

Their son, George Crane Adams, b. Oct., 
1826; m. Jan., 1850, Hannah M. Snow. 

Their dau., Lillian Emma Adams, b. Aug., 
1859; m. Aug. 5, 1879, James Franklin 
Ward, son of William Thomas and De- 
borah Cromwell Ward, of Baltimore, Md. 

Their son, Arthur Adams Ward, b. 
Jan. 1, 1881. 

48 — 7. ABIGAIL, b. Sept. 23, 1690; d. Nov. 9, 1714. 
49 _8. ELIZABETH, b. May 31, 1692; d. March 15, 1765. 

50 — 9. MERCY, b. May 14, 1694; m. May 26, 1716, John Still- 
man. 



—VIII— 

JOSIAH 3 WOLCOTT [15] (Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) was 
first a merchant at Windsor, then removed to Salem, Mass. 
Married (1st) Feb. 19, 1685/86, Penelope, dau. of Capt. 
George Corwin, of Salem; (2nd) May 1, 1694, Mary, dau. 
of John Freke, Esq., of Boston. She was b. May 6, 1674. 
Children : — 



5i— 1 



ELIZABETH, b. March 30, 1688; d. July 12, 1702. 



52 — 2. JOSIAH, b. Dec. 21, 1690; d. Jan. 8, 1691. 

53 — 3. FREKE (son) b. March 26, d. July 7, 1696. 

54 — 4. THOMAS, b. June 23, d. Sept. 13, 1697. 

55—5. MEHITABLE, b. Aug. 3, 1698; d. July 6, 1721. 

56 — 6. JOSIAH, b. July 11, d. July 31, 1700. 

57—7- JOHN, b. Sept. 12, 1702. See XVII. 

58—8. ELIZABETH, b. April 1, 1705; d. Jan. 24, 1716. 

59 — 9. MARY, b. July 13, d. July 29, 1706. 

60 — 10. SARAH, b. Nov. 29, 1708; d. Sept. 2, 1720. 

61 — 11. FREKE (dau) b. Oct. 9, 1712; m. Nov. 19, 1730, Edward 
Kitchen, Esq., of Salem; d. Jan. 17, 1746. 



THIRD GENERATION 



53 



Reference has already been made to the Ledger of Mr. 
Josiah Wolcott, which in its other character of a family 
record has proved so serviceable to us. We copy two ac- 
counts entered in this book as illustrative of the times. Mr. 
Foster was a clergyman in Hartford. 



1680 


M r Isaac fforster is D r 


£" s" d 


Apr" — 


To a Maide Serv* named Mary Humph- 
reys pay ble in wheat & pease 


7 " 5 " 0" 



1691 


M r Mathew Griswold Sen r 


£" s" 


d 


Octo r 28 


To my Negro Man called Tom at 

To Cash p d him in full for y e horse .... 


30 " " 
0" 16" 








£30" 16" 


— 



We learn from Felt's "Annals of Salem" that he was for 
a number of years a Representative in the Legislature and 
a Justice of the Peace. In 1722, he was appointed a Judge 
of the Court of Common Pleas, in which office he continued 
until his death, extensively useful and much respected. His 
place of residence in Salem, afterwards occupied by his son 
John, is still known. His first wife was granddau. of Gov. 
Edward Winslow. He d. Feb. 9, 1729. Epitaph. 



—IX— 

GEORGE 3 WOLCOTT [17] (George 1 , Henry 1 ) m. 
Aug. 30, 1691, Elizabeth Curtis who d. Aug. 13, 1741. He 
lived in Wethersfleld, and d. July, 1726. By his will he gave 
land in Hebron to his son. Children :- — 



62- 
63- 



-1. 
-2. 



64—3- 
65—4- 



ELIZABETH, b. May 22, 1693; d. April 23, 1770. 
DEBORAH, b. Jan. 3, 1695; m. March 8, 1722, John 

Taylor, of Wethersfleld. 
ANN, b. Aug. 11, 1698; cl. 1732. 
GEORGE, b. Jan. 15, 1701. See XVIII. 



66- 


-5- 


6 7 - 


-6. 


68- 


-7- 


6 9 - 


-8. 


70- 


-9- 


7i- 


-10. 



54 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

CALEB, b. Aug. 15, 1703; d. before 1725. 
EUNICE, b. Nov. 28, 1705; d. Nov. 30, 1747. 
JOSHUA, b. June 15, 1708. See XIX. 
DAVID, b. March 3, 171 1. See XX. 
JOSIAH, b. Aug. 29, 1713. See XXI. 
SARAH, b. Nov. 3, 1716; m. Timothy Hollister, of 
Glastonbury. 

THE OLD WOLCOTT HOMESTEAD IN 
SOUTH WINDSOR 

The four sons of Simon Wolcott (IV) located themselves 
on the main street in East, now South, Windsor. The two 
eldest, Simon and Henry, about a mile south of the present 
meeting-house — the latter on the west side of the street; the 
third, William, about a quarter of a mile further north on 
the same side ; and the fourth, Roger, about a third of a mile 
north of the meeting-house, also on the west side of the street. 
The residence occupied the site of Henry's house and the 
materials of the latter were used in its construction. It 
stood on a knoll or ridge fronting the east and survived the 
longest of all the early Wolcott homes * * * the great 
tree stood in the street opposite. 



—X— 

SIMON 3 WOLCOTT [22] (Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Dec. 
5, 1689, Sarah, dau. of Capt. John Chester, of Wethersfield ; 
lived in South Windsor; was one of the original proprietors 
of Tolland. Children: — 

72 — 1. SARAH, b. 1690; m. Nov. 22, 1716, Samuel Treat, of 
Wethersfield. 

73 — 2. MARTHA, b. 1692; m. July 17, 1735, Sergt. William 
Stoughton. 



THIRD GENERATION 55 

74 — 3. SIMON, b. 1694; d. July 26, 1742. 
75—4. CHRISTOPHER, b. 1696; d. Oct. 9, 1727. 
76—5. EUNICE, b. Sept. 24, 1697; d. Feb. 18, 1725. 
77 — 6. JAMES, b. 1700; d. Feb. 16, 1748. By his death the 
family became extinct in the male line. 

Simon Wolcott d. Oct. 28, 1732. Epitaph. 



—XI— 

HENRY 3 WOLCOTT [24] (Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) 
April 1, 1696, Jane, dau. of Thomas Allyn, of Windsor; she 
was b. July 22, 1670, and d. April 11, 1702; (2nd) Rachel 
Talcott who d. Jan. 8, 1725; (3rd) April 11, 1727, Hannah, 
widow of John Wolcott. Children: — 



78-1 
79—2 
80—3 
81—4 

82—5 
83-6 



HENRY, b. Feb. 28, 1697. See XXII. 
THOMAS, b. April 1, 1702. See XXIII. 
PETER. See XXIV. 

RACHEL, m. Joseph Hunt, of Northampton. 
JANE, b. Oct. 20, 1710; d. March 16, 171 1. 
GIDEON, b. 1712. See XXV. 



Lieut. Henry Wolcott was one of the original proprietors 
of Tolland and Wellington in Connecticut. D. Nov., 1746. 



—XII— 

WILLIAM 3 WOLCOTT [27] (Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
Nov. 5, 1706, Abiah Hawley, of Windsor. Children: — 

84 — 1. ABIAH, b. Jan. 14, 1708; m. Samuel Stoughton. 
85 — 2. LUCIA, b. May 7, 1710; m. Stephen Olmsted. 



56 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

86—3. WILLIAM, b. July 21, 171 1. See XXVI. 
87—4. EPHRAIM, b. March 13, 1714. See XXVII. 
88 — 5. MARTHA, b. Jan. 20, 1718; m. Oct. 21, 1749, Josiah 
Chapin, of Springfield. 

William Wolcott d. Jan. 26, 1749. Epitaph. 



—XIII— 

ROGER 3 WOLCOTT [28] (Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Dec. 
3 5 1702, Sarah, dau. of Job Drake, of Windsor, and grand- 
dau. of Job Drake and Mary Wolcott, his wife. She was 
b. May 10, 1686. Children:— 

89—1. ROGER, b. Sept. 14, 1704. See XXVIII. 

90 — 2. ELIZABETH, b. Apr. 10, 1706; m. Aug. 24, 1727, 

Roger Newberry, Esq., of Windsor. 
91—3. ALEXANDER, b. Jan. 20, 1708; d. Oct. 8, 171 1. 
92—4. SAMUEL, b. Jan. 9, 1710; d. Dec. 27, 1717. 
93—5. ALEXANDER, b. Jan. 7, 1712. See XXIX. 
94 — 6. SARAH, b. and d. Dec. 10, 1712. 
95 — 7. SARAH, b. Jan. 31, 171 5. "This dear and Ingenious 

child Dyed in a extasie of Joy Triumphing over death 

Jan. 5, 1735." 
96 — 8. HEPHZIBAH, b. June 23, 1717; m. Nov. 10, 1737, John 

Strong, of East Windsor. He was b. July 14, 1707, 

and d. Oct., 1793. She d. Nov., 1780. 

Their dau., Hephzibah Strong, b. Apr. 11, 1742; m. John 
Bower. He was b. 1737, and d. Mar. 23, 1825. She d. 
Apr. 24, 1779. 

Their son, John Bower, Jr., b. July 12, 1773; m. Ruby, 
dau. of Joel and Anna (Hayden) Palmer, of Windsor. 
She was b. June 6, 1775, and d. Nov. 9, 1858. He d. 
Sept. 17, 1862. 



THIRD GENERATION 57 

Their son, Sidney Bower, b. Nov. 25, 1800 ; m. Nov. 
24, 1836, Sarah M., dau. of Erastus and Sara 
(Heath) Buckland, of East Windsor. She was b. 
Mar. 28, 1804, and d. July 3, 1892. He d. Oct. 4, 
1854. 

Their son, Buckland Palmer Bower, b. Apr. 18, 
1838; m. Jan. 10, 1860, Euphemia A., dau. of 
Christopher A. and Elizabeth (Scott") Brack, of 
Cleveland, O. She was b. Dec. 10, 1840. Resides 
at Cleveland, O. 

Their son, Alfred B. Bower, b. Feb. 8, 1861 ; 
m. June 17, 1885, M. Agnes Runciman, of 
Goderich, Ont. Children: 

i. Helen A. Bower, b. Nov. 9, 1887. 

ii. Edith Lucile Bower \ twins 

iii. Robert Sidney Bower J b. July 24, 1890. 



97 — 9. JO SI AH, b. Feb. 6, 17 19; lived in South Windsor; d. 

Jan. 29, 1802. 

98— 10. ERASTUS ) . , „ , (d. Mav 10, 1722. 

__ . _. TT _, . > twins, b. Feb. 8, 1721J ' 

99 — 11. EPAPHRAS ) ' Id. Apr. 3, 1733. 

100—12. ERASTUS, b. Sept. 21, 1722. See XXX. 

101 — 13. URSULA, b. Oct. 30, 1724; m. Nov. 10, 1743, Gov. 

Matthew Griswold, of Lyme; d. Apr. 5, 1788. 

Their son, Roger Griswold, was Governor of Connecticut. 

102—14. OLIVER, b. Nov. 20, 1726. See XXXI. 

103 — 15. MARIANN, b. Jan. 1, 1729; m. Dec. 5, 1758, Thomas 

Williams, Esq.; he was b. at Brooklyn, Conn., and 

d. Apr. 3, 1778, at Brooklyn, Conn. 

Their son, Roger Wolcott Williams, b. Aug. 25, 1764; 
m. March, 1794, Polly Scarborough; d. Oct. 1, 1821. 

Their son, Herbert Williams, b. May 27, 1795, in 
Brooklyn, Conn. ; m. Aug. 19, 1822, Lucy Bigelow, 
dau. of Abijah and Mercy (Spring) Bigelow, of New 
Braintree, Mass. He d. Apr. 4, 1867, at Michigan 
City, Ind. 



58 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

Their son, Wolcott Bigelow Williams, b. Aug. 13, 
1823, at Brooklyn, Conn. ; m. Oct. 5, 1853, Mary 
Augusta, dau. of Andrew and Sarah M. Thomp- 
son of New York City. Resides at Charlotte, 
Mich. Children, b. at Charlotte, Mich. : 

i. Alice I. Williams, b. Aug. 20, 1854; d. 

May 21, 1855. 

ii. Edith Burr Williams, b. Nov. 2, 1856; d. 

Aug. 12, 1876. 

iii. Sarah N. Williams, b. Dec. 30, 1858. 

iv. Herbert M. Williams, b. Jan. 15, 1864. 

Roger Wolcott was a Representative of South Windsor 
in the Connecticut general assembly in 1709, raised to the 
bench of justices in 1710; accompanied expedition against 
Canada in 1711; elected member of council in 1714; Judge 
of County Court in 1724; Judge of Superior Court, 1732; 
Deputy Governor and Chief-Justice of Supreme Court, 
1741. In expedition against Louisbourg in 1745 he was 
commissioned Major General by Governor Shirley of 
Massachusetts and was second in command to Pepperell. 
He arrived at Cape Breton with the troops April 30, and 
June 17, the city of Louisburg capitulated and the pro- 
vincial forces entered it. Governor of Connecticut, 1750-54. 
D. May 17, 1767. 

In addition to his political activities he published three 
pieces or works. The first was poetical, his second publica- 
tion was ecclesiastical, and his third political. He also wrote 
an account of the Pequot War in verse. 

The Rev. Samuel Wolcott in the Memorial says: 

"We have no portrait of him. In one of the political 
squibs of the day he is referred to as 'stately, smoking Roger.' 
For the following description of his public appearance, in 
his official costume, we are indebted, through a friend (Hon. 
Isaac W. Stuart), to a lady in Wethersfield, Miss Marsh, 
the daughter of a venerable clergyman long since deceased, 



THIRD GENERATION 59 

who gives it as she received it from her mother, who had 
often seen him in her childhood: 

'He was a visitor at her father's, and the costume of an officer under 
the regal government was too imposing to pass unnoticed. Several 
times a week he rode out on horseback, and never appeared abroad 
but in full-dress. 

He wore a suit of scarlet broadcloth. The coat was made long, with 
wide skirts, and trimmed down the whole length in front with gilt 
buttons, and broad gilt vellum button-holes, two or three inches in 
length. The cuffs were large and deep, reaching nearly to the elbows, 
and were ornamented, like the sides of the coat, as were also the 
pocket-lids, with gilt vellum button-holes and buttons. The waistcoat 
had skirts, and was richly embroidered. Ruffles at the bosom and over 
the hands were of lace. He had a flowing wig, and a three-cornered 
hat with a cockade ; and rode slowly and stately a large black horse, 
whose tail swept the ground.' 

A little north of his residence in South Windsor was a 
public road to the river, where he owned a ferry, connecting 
with Plymouth Meadow on the other side, the right of which 
was granted him by the General Court, in 1725. His house 
was about a third of a mile north of the present meeting- 
house. He built it in 1704, the year of the attack on Deer- 
field, and the walls of the front room were covered with a 
painting descriptive of that scene. The house was taken 
down a few years since, and some of the panels which be- 
longed to that apartment are preserved in the neighborhood 
as relics. He spent the last years of his life with his daugh- 
ters, Mrs. Newberry, in Old Windsor, and was buried there 
with his fathers, although his home had been on the other 
side of the river. His estate was inventoried at ,£1,805, 4s. 
2d., and was distributed among his surviving sons and daugh- 
ters, and the children of his deceased son Roger." 

LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT 

In the Name of God, Amen. This 18th Day of July Anno Domini 
1761 I Roger Wolcott of Windsor calling to Mind my Near ap- 
proaching Death now make and ordain this my last Will and Testa- 
ment in Maner as followeth. 



60 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

Imprimis I resign my Soul to God that gave it and my body to the 
Dust to be Decently buried by my Executor, and my Estate both real 
& perssnell I give & bequeath as followeth I give to my son Allexander 
Wolcott all my land that I bought of John Hoskins my six acre lot 
in the great meadow all my land in Toland the land I bought of 
Zecheriah Long, the land that I bought of Thomas Phelps, my lot laid 
out to me in the last Division of Town Commons not far from poison 
pond to him & his heirs forever. I also give him my Seal and Seal 
ring, and the fusee that I brought from Cape breeton. I give to my 
Son Josiah Wolcott my land at podunk that is bounded Eastward 
partly on the land of Peter Mills partly on a way North, partly on his 
own land as far west as to the brow of the upland hill then West on 
my own land till it come to the north side of the way in the pasture 
then north on my own land at the north side of the way in the pasture 
and a line Drawn According to the coorse of the said Way to Podunk 
brook or the Drain Then westward on Podunk brook & the Drain to 
the Buttonwood tree that standeth on the West side of the Brook, then 
North on a line Drawn from Said Tree Westward to Nathaniel Ban- 
croft's land at the first point of it where it comes farthest East 
against said tree then Westardly & Southerly by Podunk brook till it 
comes to the land of John Hills then Southerly on the land of John 
Hills and land belonging to the heirs of Jabez Burnham, and a line 
Drawn according to y e course of the Ditch between my land & the 
heirs of Jabez Burnham to Podunk brook or the Drain, and then it 
bounds Eastward on podunk brook to my land on the north side of 
said Brook and then it bounds South on the land of Nathaniel Ban- 
croft to the South east Corner of my upland. 

I also give him the way on the East Side of s d land and five acres 
of meadow I bought of Nathaniel Fitch att the Cherry trees I also 
Give him the upland in the Celler lot that lies farthest East then y e 
land I bought of Brother William I also give him my land in the Town 
Commons that lies South of the Farm brook bounded on all Sides as 
it was laid out to me to him & his heirs forever. I also give him my 
Silver hilted sword my gold buttons and Double Chambered fusee — I 
give to my Son Erastus Wolcott my lot where I now live bounded 
North on the land of Ephraim Wolcott in part and partly on a Way 
South on the land of Benoni Olcott, West on the River with the ap- 
purtenences. I also give him my ferry with the appurtenences to him 
& his heirs forever I also give him my Silver Tankard — I give to my 
Son Oliver Wolcott all my land in Litchfield, and all my land in Hart- 
ford and all my land in Colebrook and all my land in Windsor that 



THIRD GENERATION 61 

lies in the Equiuelent to him & his heirs forever. I also give him my 
Silver Can. 

I give to my Sons Allexander, Erastus and Oliver my meadow land 
in Windsor that lies Southward of the land I have given to my Son 
Josiah Wolcott share and share alike to them and their heirs forever, 
also free liberty to pass and Repass to and from said land through the 
land Given to my Son Josiah at the place where I used to pass to 
them they are to do their parts in making and repairing the way and 
bridge. I also give to my son Allexander my watch — I Give to my 
Grandson Roger Wolcott my land in Windsor Bounded West on the 
River, North on the land of Thomas Elmore East on the land of Peter 
Mills and the land of Joshua Loomis South on the land of Joshua 
Loomis and Daniel Elmore. I also give him my meadow land in the 
Celler lot and my upland in the Celler lott extending East from the 
highway as far as the land I bought of Brother William. I also give 
him my pasture and meadow land at Podunk that lies Northward of 
the land I have given to my Son Josiah Wolcott with the land or way 
East of the land of Joseph Diggins. I also give him the land I bought 
of John Eglestone and that I bought of Caleb Haskins, as also my 
other Lands lying between these lands & farm brook, as also my land 
laid out to me in the Town Commons next North of the land of John 
Rockwell Deceased to him & his heirs forever. 

I give to my grandson Epaphras Wolcott the land that I bought of 
Timothy Green to him & his heirs forever. I give to my grandson 
Parmenio Wolcott my Meadow land in Windsor bounded West on the 
River North on land of Samuel Elmore Deceased, South on the land 
of Joseph Diggins & Augustus Diggins to him & his heirs forever. — I 
give to my daughter Maryanna Williams the land in Windsor I bought 
of Ebenezer Phelps, and all my land in Bolton and all my land in 
Wellington to her & her heirs forever. I also give her Fourty pounds 
of my personall Estate — I give to my daughter Ursula Griswold the 
Sum of fifteen pounds personall estate. My Will is that after my just 
Debts funeral expenses and Legacies Specially given the Residue of 
my Estate be equally divided into Six parts, one of which I give to 
my four Sons Allexander Josiah Erastus and Oliver Share and Share 
alike and four of tbe Sixth parts I give to my four Daughters, Eliza- 
beth, Hephzibah Ursula and Maryanna to be Divided between them, 
Elizabeth to share Sixty pounds less than any of her Sisters, the 
Other Sixth part I give to my three grand Daughters Sarah Steel, 
Mary Wolcott, & Amelia Wolcott Share and Share alike My Will 
is that if any of my Children Die before mc leaving Issue (the 



62 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

latter) take the Legacy given to their parents as their parents would 
have done had they Survived me — 

I Nominate & appoint my Son Erastuss Wolcot Executor to this 
my last Will and Testament In Confirmation hereof I have herunto 
Set my hand and Seal the Day and Date above said Signed Sealed 
pronounced & Declared by the Testator to be his last Will and Testa- 
ment in presence of us. 

Benoni Olcott 

Aaron Bissell Roger Wolcott a Seal 

Elizabeth Wolcott 

In the Name of God Amen I Roger Wolcott of Windsor in the 
County of Hartford having on this Twenty third Day of March A D 
1764 Viewed & Considered my last Will & Testament Dated the 18th 
Day of July A D 1761 Do now Ratify and Publish the Same to be 
my last Will & Testament excepting only the following Legacies men- 
tioned in said Will which in this my Codicil to said Will I Revoak and 
utterly make void. That is to Say Whereas I have given to my grandson 
Roger sundry pieces or persels of land particularly Described & Bound- 
ed in said Legacies, I do hereby Revoake and make void the whole of 
Said Legacy I give and Bequeath the use & Improvement of all Said 
lands to my Said Grandson Roger Wolcott During his Naturall life 
and the Remainder after his Death to his Son Roger & to his heirs 
forever and whereas I have given to my Grandson Parmenio Wolcott 
one certain piece or persell of land particularly Described in Said Will 
I do now revoak and utterly make void said Legacy, & give & Bequeath 
the Said persell of land to my Son Erastuss Wolcott & his heirs for- 
ever — And my Will is that my Son Erastus Wolcott shall pay to my 
Grandson Parmenio Wolcott one Hundred and Thirty pounds Lawfull 
money within Eight months after my Decease. In Confirmation 
whereof I have hereunto Set my hand & Seal the twenty third Day of 
March aforesaid Signed Sealed published & Declared to be his Codicil 
to his last Will and Testament by the Testator in presence of 

Benoni Olcott 

Elizabeth Wolcott Roger Wolcott a Seal 

HER 

Deborah Olcott x 




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THIRD GENERATION 63 

TANKARD AND CUP 

The silver tankard and silver cup, mentioned in his will, and 
which are still in the family, bear each an engraving of the 
Wolcott arms, and also the initials R w s The church in South 
Windsor has two valuable communion cups of silver, which 
he ordered from England and presented to it, bearing the 
initials, the one of his own name, the other of his wife's, with 
the date; "R. W. 1756," "S. W. 1756." It is not improbable 
that all these pieces were procured at the same time. 

TABLECLOTH AND DOCKET 

A tablecloth bearing his initials and used by him at the 
time of the siege of Louisburg, and also a docket, kept in 
his handwriting, of the cases which came before him as 
magistrate, are now in the possession of Rev. Wolcott B. 
Williams, of the Seventh Generation, residing at Charlotte, 
Michigan. The latter, a book, with the substantial binding 
and written in the lasting ink of the period, is a matchless 
heirloom. 

An obituary sketch appeared in the "Connecticut Cour- 
ant" of July 27 succeeding, entitled, — 

"Memoirs of the Life and Character of the Honorable Roger Wol- 
cott, Esq., late Governor of Connecticut." 

We omit some portions which have been anticipated. 

"This great and good man was descended from honorable parents. 
He was one of those happy few whose minds seem to be formed with 
an original strength and force, not to be suppressed by misfortune or 
want of exterior advantages ; and though this did not appear early, 
yet, like the hidden gem in the mountain, was daily ripening, in due 
time to be produced to light, polished, and make a shining appearance 
in many exalted stations in life. 

"As soon as he left his master, he was determined to have a liberal 
education, if possible, but on taking an inventory of his estate, he 
found it not to amount to fifty pounds, so he was obliged to drop that 



64 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

design; but, still unalterably determined not to remain in a state of 
ignorance, he borrowed such books as he could get, and read with 
attention; and, having a retentive memory and solid natural judgment, 
what he read he retained, digested, and made his own. He got an 
acquaintance with men of the best abilities of his time, and by an 
indefatigable industry and application got acquainted with most 
branches of literature ; for he was an exact chronologer, well acquaint- 
ed with history, ecclesiastical and civil, and geography, both ancient 
and modern, and with the Newtonian philosophy, and most of the 
curious discoveries of the moderns. 

"He had a taste for the Belles Lettres; and some poetical pieces he 
has left behind, to show that, had his Genious been well cultivated, he 
might have made a considerable figure among the Sons of the Muses. 

"But the law and arts of government were his favorite study. Ac- 
cordingly, he soon made his appearance at the barr, where he dis- 
tinguished himself so far as to be soon called into public employment. 

"He filled the post of Governor, as he had the rest, to good accept- 
ance, till the affair of the Spanish ship, a considerable part of whose 
rich cargo being embezzled through the indolence, inadequateness, and 
inattention of the Spanish merchant, the freemen were by some design- 
ing persons made to believe that that loss was occasioned through Gov- 
ernor Wolcott's fault, and that the people must be taxed for repayment. 

"He retired with composed, unruffled grandeur, cheerfully referring 
it to Divine Providence to find means to evidence that innocence that 
he had an inward consciousness of ; nor were his expectations disap- 
pointed, for we suppose every one is now fully convinced that that 
affair was well conducted, — and that to a wonder, considering its 
suddenness, and the little acquaintance this Colony had in affairs of 
this nature. 

"After his retirement from public life, he divided his time between 
devotion, reading (which was principally church history, and the 
works of the most celebrated divines, especially Doct. Owen and Doct. 
Bates), agriculture, — his beloved employ, — and the enjoyment of his 
friends. 

"And though his constitution was excellent, yet as he knew that, in 
the course of nature, the time of his departure was at hand, his great 
and constant business was to stand with his loyns girt and his lamp 
burning, waiting for the coming of his Lord. Thus he lived till about 
the middle of April last, when he complained of a disorder in his legs, 
which soon turned of a livid color, his strength from that time declining 
fast, till Sunday, May 17th, on which day, about noon, his constitution 



THIRD GENERATION 65 

(firm as it was), not being able to longer support itself, sunk under 
the weight of old age, he being then in the eighty-ninth year of his age. 

"His funeral was, agreeable to his own directions, attended without 
much pomp or show; at which time the Hon. Deputy Governor 
Trumball, and Hezekiah Huntington, Esq., from the Upper House, 
and eight of the principal members from the Lower House, being 
specially appointed for that purpose by the General Assembly, then 
sitting in Hartford, attended, and delivered a message to the mourners, 
wherein they did honor to the wisdom, patriotic spirit, religion, and 
virtue that adorned his life, and expressed their full approbation of 
his public services in the various posts he sustained in this Colony. 

"His body was strong and well proportioned; his countenance and 
deportment particularly adapted to command reverence and esteem; 
his wit was ready, and uncommonly bright; his method of reasoning 
(free from sophistry) was clear, nervous, and manly, as became a 
generous inquirer after truth, and not a noisy wrangler for victory 
only. He was a sincere, unfailing friend to every industrious, virtuous, 
honest man, who acted his part well, whatever was his station in life ; 
but the indolent sluggard, and soft, enervated, unexerting debauchee 
was his aversion. But, above all, persons of true piety were his 
delight. He was a true friend to regular and firm government, and 
was an equal enemy to tyranny on the one hand, and licentiousness on 
the other. He thought that the practice of industry, economy, frugal- 
ity, and temperance was the only way to relieve this Colony, and 
America in general, from their present distresses, and therefore was 
often recommending them. 

"He was a wise legislator and an able statesman. While he was a 
judge, he held the balance of justice with a steady unwavering hand ; 
and being far superior to venality, or the influence of personal, family, 
or party connections, he pronounced the law impartially, on all the 
cases brought before him. As a governor he appeared to advantage; 
this was his proper element, for he seemed originally formed to gov- 
ern. He was a kind and provident husband and parent. His moral 
character was unblemished, his religion and piety were unaffected ; and 
he died as he had long lived, a member of the Second Church in 
Windsor. In short, we take this to be one of the few lives spent in 
so useful and exemplary a manner, that 'tis worth while to hold it up in 
view of the world, as being in general worthy of their imitation." 

His monument in the old Windsor churchyard is a tablet 
of brown stone supported by five columns, to which the name 
of his wife has been added. 



FOURTH GENERATION 

—XIV— 

JOHN 4 WOLCOTT [36] (John 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
Dec. 14, 1703, Hannah, dau. of Thomas Newberry, of 
Windsor. She was b. Feb. 10, 1679. Lived in South Wind- 
sor. Children : — 



MARY, b. Sept. 18, 1704; d. June 14, 1706. 

HANNAH, b. Oct. 21, 1706; m. June 2, 1737, Uriah 
Loomis. 

JOHN, b. April 24, 1709. See XXXII. 

ANNE, b. Dec. 9, 171 1; m. Dec. 21, 1732, Nathaniel 
Bancroft. 

ABIGAIL, b. Sept. 26, 1716; m. Feb. 8, 1743, William 
Stoughton, Jr. 

JERUSHA, b. Jan. 18, 1719; m. Feb. 10, 1746, Erastus 
Wolcott (100). 



John Wolcott d. Aug. 20, 1750. Epitaph. 



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—XV— 

CHARLES 4 WOLCOTT [38] (John 3 , Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Dec. 19, 1706, Elizabeth Hawley. Children: — 

no — 1. SARAH, b. Sept. 29, 1707; d. March 24, 1727. 

in — 2. MARY, b. Aug. 20, 1709; m. Aug. 28, 1730, Jonathan 

North, of Farmington. 

112— 3. ELIZABETH, b. June 15, 1712; d. March 5, 1728. 

113— 4. GEORGE, b. March 3, 1714; d. March 16, 1728. 

114 — 5. CHARLES, b. June 17, d. June 2y, 1716. 

115— 6. BENJAMIN, b. Feb. 2^, d. April 19, 1722. 




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116 — 7. EUNICE, b. June 14, 1725; m. Benoni Olcott, of South 
Windsor. 

Lieut. Charles Wolcott lived in South Windsor and in his 
death the family became extinct in the male line. D. July 
20, 1754. Epitaph. 



—XVI— 

SAMUEL 4 WOLCOTT [42] (Samuel*, Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Dec. 27, 1705, Abigail, dau. of Rev. Nathaniel 
Collins, of Middletown. It is reported "that the 'Worshipful' 
Samuel Wolcott built and occupied the mansion which after- 
wards became famous as the Washington Headquarters in 
Wethersfield." He commanded a military company, was an 
importing merchant and appears to have been a rich man for 
his day. His tombstone in the Wethersfield Churchyard is a 
handsome brown stone monument supported on columns and 
bearing the family arms. He d. Sept. 15, 1734. Epitaph. 
Children : — 



117 — 1 

118— 2 

119— 3 
120 — 4 

121— 5 
122 — 6 



ABIGAIL, b. June 3, 1707; m. Abraham Waterhouse, 
of Saybrook. 

OLIVER, b. Oct. 2, 1709; d. Oct. 6, 1734. 
SAMUEL, b. April 13, 1713. See XXXIII. 
MEHITABLE, b. Aug. 12, 1715; m. Jonathan Russell, 

of Wethersfield. 
ELISHA, b. Sept. 26, 1717. See XXXIV. 
JOSIAH, b. March 27, 1720. See XXXV. 



—XVII— 

JOHN 4 WOLCOTT [57] (JosiaW, Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) 
graduated at Harvard College in 1721; m. January 28, 
1730, Elizabeth, dau. of Capt. Peter Papilion, of Boston. 
Children : — 



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123 — 1. JOHN, b. Nov. 2, d. Nov. 27, 1731. 
124—2. JOSIAH, b. April 16, 1733. See XXXVI. 

John Wolcott, Esq., d. May, 1747. 



—XVIII— 

GEORGE 4 WOLCOTT [65] (George*, George 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Mary Hartwell, who was b. Dec. 23, 1705 ; lived 
in Newington ; his Family Bible is preserved by descendants 
in Ohio. Children: — 



125— 1. 



MARY, b. Oct. 27, 1724; m. Sept. 7, 1748, Moses 

Barnes, of New Britain. 
SARAH, b. Oct. 5, 1726; m. Jonathan Blinn. 
CALEB, b. Dec. 19, 1728. See XXXVII. 
GEORGE, b. Feb. 28, 1731; d. June 18, 1744. 
JAMES, b. Oct. 1, 1734; m. Mrs. Huldah B. Case, of 

Glastonbury; lived in Newington. 
JUSTUS, b. Feb. 1, 1735. See XXXVIII. 
ROSANNA, b. March 30, 1737; m. April 12, 1764, Levi 

Warner. 
LOIS, b. July 27, 1742; m. James Blinn. 
EUNICE, b. June 29, 1744; d. Nov. 30, 1747. 
134—10. GEORGE, b. Jan. 18, 1747. See XXXIX. 



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—XIX— 

JOSHUA 4 WOLCOTT [68] (George 3 , George 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Esther, dau. of Joseph Belding, of Wethers- 
field; she was b. Jan. 26, 1710. Names of children copied 
from Will, and their order is somewhat conjectural. 
Children : — 



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69 



135— 1 
136—2 

137—3 
138—4 

139—5 
140 — 6 

141— 7 

142 — 8 



JOSHUA. See XL. 

ESTHER. 

SOLOMON, b. Sept. 1, 1735. See XLI. 

HONOR, m. Dec. 14, 1756, Elisha Baxter. 

JOSEPH. See XLII. 

CALEB, bap. Aug., 1743; d. without issue. 

JOSIAH, bap. Sept. 7, 1746. See XLIII. 

THOMAS, bap. 1749; d. without issue. 



—XX— 

DAVID 4 WOLCOTT [69] (George*, George 2 , Henry 1 ) 
m. (1st) Eunice Buck, who d. August 16, 1755; (2nd) Abi- 
gail Loomis, of Guilford. Children: — 

143— 1. DAVID, b. Aug. 20, 1744. See XLIV 

144 — 2. ELIZABETH, b. Aug. 12, 1746; m. Feb. 9, 1769, EJias 

Seymour, of Newington. 
145 — 3. EUNICE, b. May 26, 1748; d. Jan. 19, 1822. 



—XXI— 

JOSIAH 4 WOLCOTT [70] (George 3 , George 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. April 23, 1740, Mrs. Lucy White, widow of 
Joseph French and dau. of Capt. Daniel White. She was 
b. July 17, 1715, and d. Nov. 29, 1760. He lived in Andover, 
removed to Say brook about 1750 and afterwards to New 
Jersey where he m. again and d. Oct. 24, 1784, at Newark, 
N. J. Children: — 

146 — 1. LUCY, b. Jan. 19, 1741. 

147 — 2. ANNA, b. March 19, d. March 26, 1743. 

148 — 3. ANNA, b. April 15, d. June 18, 1745. 



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149—4. THEODORA, b. Nov. 5, 1746; m. Nov. 17, 1768, 
Michael Baldwin. 

150 — 5. ANNA, b. Jan. 15, 1749; m. Jedediah Pratt, of Deep 
River. 

151 — 6. DESIRE, b. Jan. 15, 175 1; m. Robert Say, of West- 
brook. 

152 — 7. SARAH, b. March 26, 1752; adopted by Rev. John 
Devotion; m. Col. Asa Say, of Westbrook. 

153—8. JOSIAH, b. May 17, 1753. 

154 — 9. SILAS, b. Aug. 4, 1755. See XLV. 

155—10. PAUL, b. 1757. 

156 — 11. ELISHA, b. Aug., 1758, d. early. 

157 — 12. PHEBE (dau. of second marriage), m. Doremus, 

of New Jersey. 

158—13. GEORGE. 

159—14. JOHN. 



—XXII— 

HENRY 4 WOLCOTT [78] (Henry 5 , Simon 2 , Henri/) 
m.. Dec. 27, 1716, Abigail, dau. of Benjamin Cooley, of 
Longmeadow; lived in Longmeadow and East Windsor. 
Children : — 



160 — 1 
161 — 2 
162—3 
163—4 

164—5 

165-6 
166 — 7 



BENJAMIN, b. Sept. 14, 1717; m. Mrs. Mary Adams. 

Resided in Longmeadow; d. Feb. 25, 1801. 
JANE ALLYN, b. August 5, 1719; m. Oct. 31, 1745, 

Joseph Chapin, of Springfield. 
ABIGAIL, b. Aug. 15, 1721; m. Dec. 1, 1743, Matthew 

Keep, of Longmeadow. 
PENELOPE, b. Dec. 15, 1724; m. Nov. 22, 1749, John 

Colton, of Longmeadow. 
TRYPHENA, b. Dec. 20, 1726; m. Oct., 175 1, The- 

ophilus Allyn, of Windsor. 
HENRY, b. May 15, 1729. See XLVI. 
CHRISTOPHER, bap. and d. Oct. 25, 1732. 



FOURTH GENERATION 71 

167—8. SIMON, b. Aug. 7, 1733. See XLVII. 
168—9. PETER, b. Aug. 21, 1736; d. Dec. 7, 1758. 
169 — 10. MARTHA, bap. Dec. 9, 1739; m. Joseph Stoughton, of 
East Windsor. 



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—XXIII— 

THOMAS 4 WOLCOTT [79] (Henry 3 , Simon 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. (1st) Aug. 12, 1725, Catharine, dau. of Moses 
Loomis, of Windsor. She was b. Dec. 19, 1702, and d. March 
24, 1738. Mr. Thomas Wolcott was one of the first settlers 
of Tolland and resided there a number of years. After the 
death of his wife he removed to Taghanic, N. Y., where he 
m (2nd) Fannie Dubelorey. Children: — 

THOMAS, b. Sept. 1, 1726; See XLVIII. 

MIRIAM, b. Feb. 26, 1728; m. Stone Mills, of South 

Windsor. 
LUKE, b. Sept. 4, 1730. See XLIX. 
JANE CATHARINE, b. Feb. 22, 1733; m. Nov. 18, 

1 75 1, Ellis Russell, of Windsor. 
174—5. REDEXELANA, b. May 16, 1735; m. June 8, 1756, 

John Loomis, of Windsor. Children: 

I. Elihu Loomis, b. 1758. 

II. John Loomis, b. 1759. 

III. Redexelana Loomis, b. 1761. 

IV. Damaris Loomis, b. 1765; m. 1783, Phineas 
Blodgett. 

Their son, Phineas Blodgett; m. 1807, Sarah Reed. 
See XXVIII. 

Their dau., Sarah Maria Blodgett, b. May 29, 
1810, at East Windsor; m. Jan. 6, 1831, John 
Terry Thompson. He was b. Apr. 10, 1805, at 
East Windsor, and d. Feb. 7, 1894. She d. June 
23, 1897. Both d. at Hartford, Conn. 



72 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

Their son, Charles E. Thompson, b. Feb. 26, 
1847, at Rockville, Conn.; m. Sept. 14, 1868, 
Abby Frances Allen, dau. of Charles and Har- 
riet R. (Sharpe) Allen of Hartford, Conn. 
Resides at Hartford, Conn. Children: 

i. Arthur Ripley Thompson, b. Jan. 22, 

1872, at Hartford, Conn. 

ii. Harriet May Thompson, b. Nov. 3, 

1874, at Providence, R. I. 

iii. Emma Josephine Thompson, b. May 

11, 1883, at Hartford, Conn. 

V. Warham Loomis, b. 1767. 

VI. Benjamin Loomis, b. 1770. 

VII. Sarah Loomis, b. 1774. 

VIII. Joseph Loomis, b. 1776. 

175 — 6. RACHEL, b. April 4, 1737; m. Sept. 15, 1757, Elijah 

Loomis, of Vernon. 

176—7. FRANCIS. See L. 

177—8. GIDEON, b. Feb. 24, 1750. See LI. 

178 — 9. WILLIAM, lived in Cooperstown, N. Y. 

179—10. CLAUDIUS, lived near Utica, N. Y. 

180— 11. PETER. See LII. 

181 — 12. JANE, m. Abraham Frayer, of Hillsdale, N. Y. 

182—13. AMY, m. Job Tyler. 

183 — 14. CHLOE, m. Thomas Fields. 

184 — 15. LUCY, m. John Fritz, of Ancoram. 



—XXIV— 

PETER 4 WOLCOTT [80] (Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) 
m. May 30, 1733, Mrs. Susanna Corn well, dau. of William 
Hamlin, of Middletown ; d. Dec, 1733, in Cork, Ireland. 
Child:— 

185— 1. GILES, b. July 16, 1734. See LIII. 



FOURTH GENERATION 73 

—XXV— 

GIDEON 4 WOLCOTT [83] (Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) 
m. (1st) Abigail, dau. of Samuel Mather, of Windsor. She 
was b. May 31, 1718, and d. June, 1741; (2nd) Naomi, dau. 
of Deacon Joseph Olmsted, of East Hartford. Children : — 

186 — i. ABIGAIL, m. April g, 1764, Charles Rockwell, of 

South Windsor. 
187—2. SAMUEL, b. April 4, 175 1. See LIV. 
188—3. NAOMI, b. Sept. 28, 1754; m. Feb. 8, 1780, Rev. 

William Robinson, of Southington; d. Sept. 28, 1754. 
189—4. GIDEON, b. Nov. 28, 1756; d. 1806. 
I 9° — 5- ELIZUR, b. April 12, 1760; m. Elizabeth (223), dan. 

of Dr. Alexander Wolcott; lived in South Windsor. 

Capt. Gideon Wolcott commanded one of the companies 
raised by the colonists in 1760 against the French and 
Indians. D. June 5, 1761. Epitaph. 



—XXVI— 

WILLIAM 4 WOLCOTT [86] (William 3 , Simon 2 , 
Henry 1 ) graduated at Yale College, 1734; m. Feb. 26, 
1747, Abigail, dau. of Abiel Abbott. She was b. Nov. 25, 
171 8. He resided in South Windsor and was a Justice of 
the Peace and for many years a Representative of the Town 
in the General Assembly; d. May 22, 1799. Epitaph. 
Children : — 

191 — 1. EUNICE, b. Dec. 11, 1747; d. Aug., 1749. 

192 — 2. EUNICE, b. March 1, 1750; d. Nov. 24, 1826. 

193—3- ABIGAIL, b. Dec. 25, 175 1; d. Jan. 5, 1752. 

194—4. WILLIAM, b. Feb. 10, 1753. See LV. 



74 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

195 — 5. ABIGAIL, b. Feb. 8, 1756; m. Dec. 10, 1772, Oliver 
Ellsworth of Windsor. He was b. Apr. 29, 1745, and 
d. Nov. 26, 1807. A delegate to the Continental 
Congress of 1776 and a member of the convention 
which formed the Constitution of the United States 
in 1784. Chief Justice of the United States. She d. 
Aug. 4, 1818. Their pleasant family-seat in Windsor, 
at which Washington and Lafayette have been guests, 
shaded by the now stately elms which he planted, was 
(1879) in the possession of the family; recently 
purchased by the local chapter of the Daughters of 
the American Revolution. Children: 

I. Abigail Ellsworth. 

II. Frances Ellsworth. 

III. Delia Ellsworth. 

IV. Oliver Ellsworth. 

V. Martin Ellsworth. 

VI. William Wolcott Ellsworth, later Governor of 
Connecticut. 

VII. Henry Leavitt Ellsworth. 

196 — 6. MARTHA, b. Apr. 23, 1757; m. Sept. 10, 1792, In- 
crease Mather, of Windsor. 
io 7 — 7- ABIEL, b. Aug. 10, 1761. See LVI. 



—XXVII— 

EPHRAIM 4 WOLCOTT [87] (William 5 , Simon 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. May 12, 1758, Mary Kellogg, of Newington; 
lived in South Windsor; d. Dec. 18, 1762. Children: — 

198 — 1. SARAH, b. Feb. 25, 1760; m. Josiah Bissell. 
199—2. EPHRAIM, b. Feb. 25, 1762. See LVII. 



FOURTH GENERATION 7S 

—XXVIII— 

ROGER 4 WOLCOTT [89] (Roger*, Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) 
m. (1st) Oct. 10, 1728, Marah, dau. of Capt. Benjamin New- 
berry, of Windsor. She was b. Feb. 3, 1710; (2nd) June 
19, 1759, Eunice, widow of John Ely, of Springfield, and 
dau. of John Colton. Children: — 

200— i. ROGER, b. Sept. 18, d. Nov. 15, 1729. 

201 — 2. MARAH, b. Oct. 15, 1730; d. Aug. 4, 1737. 

202 — 3. ROGER, b. June 16, 1733; d. Nov. 1, 1736. 

203 — 4. SARAH, b. June 7, 1735; m. April 26, 1758, Elisha 

Steele, son of Rev. Stephen and Ruth (Porter) Steele, 

of Tolland, Conn. He was b. Oct. 7, 1728, and d. 

Aug. 17, 1773, at Tolland, Conn. She d. Apr. 28, 

1812. Children: 

I. Sarah Steele, m. Dec. 9, 1779, Justus Reed. 

Their dau., Sarah Reed, m. 1807, Phineas Blodgett. 
See XXIII. 

II. Elisha Steele, Jr., b. April 30, 1765 ; m. Jan. 20, 
1791, Marjory Taft, of Windsor, Conn. He d. Nov. 1, 
1844, at Evans Mills, N. Y. 

Their dau., Polly Steele, b. Nov. 14, 1795; m. Oct. 3, 
1813, Elisha Potter, son of Anthony and Betsey 
(Straight) Potter. She d. June 13, 1875. Children: 

i. Samuel Treat Potter, b. May 17, 1823; m. 
Jan. 24, 1849, Barbara Keller, dau. of Isaac H. 
and Elizabeth (Casler) Keller. She was b. Sept. 
11, 1828, and d. June 30, 1904. He d. Mar. 30, 
1899. 

Their dau., Gertrude Margaret Potter, b. June 
15, 1855; m. Jan. 13, 1880, John Robinson 
Webster, son of Samuel C. and Elizabeth 
(Robinson) Webster. He was b. June 21, 
1851. Resides at Omaha, Nebr. 

Their son, John Potter Webster, b. May 
18, 1889. 



76 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

ii. Rosette Potter, b. July 8, 1833; m. Sept. 9, 
1858, Sidney Cooper. He was b. Jan. 26, 1835, 
and d. March 29, 1901. She d. Feb. 26, 1907. 
Children : 

i. Mary Marguerite Cooper, b. March 6, 
1863; m. June 20, 1889, Charles Frederick 
Peck. He was b. Dec. 7, 1862. Resides at 
Watertown, N. Y. 

Their dau., Elizabeth Cooper Peck, b. Jan. 
3, 1893. 

ii. Maude Emily Cooper, b. Nov. 2, 1874; m. 
June 17, 1902, Samuel John MacKean. He 
was b. Aug. 20, 1869. Resides at Watertown, 
N. Y. 

Their son, Sidney Cooper MacKean, b. 
Jan. 6, 1908. 

III. Almira Steele, b. July 17, 1805, at Evans Mills, 
N. Y.; m. May 14, 1826, Joseph P. Ellis. He was b. 
May 13, 1803, at Fairhaven, Mass., and d. July 29, 1883, 
at Antwerp, N. Y. She d. Dec. 4, 1876, at Antwerp, 
N. Y. Children: 

i. John Davis Ellis, b. May 23, 1834, at LeRoy, 
N. Y. ; m. Sept. 9, 1861, Mary J. Buell, dau. of Almon 
and Hannah E. Buell, of Antwerp, N. Y. She was 
b. March 11, 1843, at Antwerp, N. Y. He d. May 4, 
1898, at Dansville, N. Y. 

Their dau., Mary Isabelle Ellis, b. April 25, 1863, 
at Antwerp, N. Y. ; m. Sept. 12, 1893, Willard S. 
Augsbury, of Antwerp, N. Y. Resides at Ant- 
werp, N. Y. 

ii. Josephine E. Ellis, b. Aug. 9, 1841 ; m. Sept., 
1862, Albert Hoyt. See VI. 

204—5. ROGER, b. Nov. 10, 1737. See LVIII. 

205—6. EPAPHRAS, b. May 2, 1740. See LIX. 

206 — 7. MARY, b. Apr. 4, 1742; m. Apr. 22, 1764, Jesse Goodell. 

207—8. EMETINE, b. Oct. 20, 1744; d. Feb. 25, 1745. 

208—9. PARMENIO, b. Apr. 17, 1746. See LX. 



FOURTH GENERATION 77 

209 — 10. AMELIA, b. Oct. 27, 1750; m. May 30, 1771, Marvin 

Lord, of Lyme. 
210— 11. MARTHA, b. Apr. 23, d. May 9, 1753. 

Major Roger Wolcott was a Representative of the Town 
in General Assembly, a Major of the Connecticut Troops, a 
member of Council, a Judge of the Superior Court, and one 
of the Revisers of the laws of the State. His premature 
removal by death defeated and disappointed the general 
desire and purpose of the freemen to elevate him to the 
highest office in their gift. D. Oct. 19, 1759. Epitaph. 



—XXIX— 

ALEXANDER 4 WOLCOTT [93] (Roger 3 , Simon 2 , 
Henry 1 ) graduated at Yale College, 1731; m. (1st) Dec. 
4, 1732, Lydia, dau. of Jeremiah Atwater, of New Haven; 
(2nd) March 17, 1739, Mrs. Mary Allyn, of New Haven; 
(3rd) 1745, Mary Richards, of New London. Children: — 

211— 1. JEREMIAH, b. Nov. 3, 1733. See LXI. 

212—2. ALEXANDER, b. Feb. 17, 1735. Killed in the French 

War while serving under his grandfather, Gov. Roger 

Wolcott. 

213 — 3. LYDIA, bap. Nov. 6, 1737; m. Dec. 6, 1759, Samuel 
Austin, of New Haven. 

Their son, Rev. Samuel Austin. 

214 — 4. ESTHER, b. Sept. 17, d. Oct. 9, 1746. 
215—5. SIMON, b. Aug. 9, 1747. See LXII. 

216 — 6. ESTHER, b. July 17, 1749; m. Jan. 6, 1785, Samuel 

Treat, of South Windsor, being his second wife. 
217—7. GEORGE, b. May 23, d. Oct. 17, 1751. 
218—8. GEORGE, b. Oct. 17, 1753. See LXIII. 
219—9. CHRISTOPHER, b. Oct. I, 1754. See LXIV. 

220 — 10. MARY, b. Aug. 7, 1756; m. Dec. 25, 1776, Elihu Gris- 
wold, of Windsor. 



78 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

Their dau., Sophia Griswold, b. at Utica, N. Y. ; m. 
Aaron Hackley. 

Their dau., Sophia Ellen Hackley, b. July 25, 1819, 
in New York State; m. Aug. 30, 1843, at Utica, 
N. Y., David Parish Barhydt. He was b. April 6, 
1816, at Ogdensburg, N. Y., and d. Feb. 13, 1908, in 
New York City. She d. Aug. 27, 1904, in New York 
City. 

Their dau., Kate Wolcott Barhydt, b. March 7, 
1848; m. April 12, 1883, in New York City, 
Herman Drisler, son of Henry and Elizabeth S. 
Drisler, of New York City. Resides at Mt. 
Vernon, N. Y. 

22i— ii. ALEXANDER, b. Sept. 15, 1758. See LXV. 
222 — 12. GUY, b. Aug. 7, 1760. See LXVI. 
223 — 13. ELIZABETH, b. Jan. 13, 1763; m. Elizur Wolcott 
(190), of South Windsor. 

Dr. Alexander Wolcott accompanied his father as surgeon 
in the expedition against Louisburg ; later settled in Windsor 
as a practicing physician. Justice of the Peace and Repre- 
sentative of the Town in the General Assembly. D. Mar. 25, 
1795. Epitaph. 



—XXX— 

ERASTUS 4 WOLCOTT [100] (Roger\ Simon 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Feb. 10, 1746, Jerusha (109), dau. of John 
Wolcott, of South Windsor. Children: — 

224 — 1. ERASTUS, b. Dec. 24, 1747; d. Aug. 16, 1751. 
225 — 2. FLAVIA, b. May 2 1 /, 1750; d. Aug. 23, 1751. 
226—3. ERASTUS, b. July 6, 1752. See LXVII. 
227 — 4 FLAVIA, b. Jan. 5, 1754; m. Aug. 20, 1783, Roswell 
Grant, Esq., of South Windsor. 




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228 — 5. JERUSHA, b. Nov. 29, 1755; m. Dec. 29, 1774, Samuel 

Wolcott (187), of South Windsor. 
229—6. ARODI, b. Sept. 29, 1760. See LXVIII. 
230—7. ALBERT, b. Dec. 19, 1761. See LXIX. 

General Erastus Wolcott settled in South Windsor, was 
repeatedly a Representative of the Town in the General 
Assembly and also Speaker of the Lower House and Justice 
of the Peace, Judge of Probate, Judge and Chief Judge of 
the County Court, Representative in Congress, and Judge 
of the Superior Court. He held the rank of Brigadier- Gen- 
eral of the Connecticut Troops in the Revolutionary War. 
D. Sept. 14, 1793. Buried with his wife in the old Church- 
yard of South Windsor. Epitaph. 



—XXXI— 

OLIVER 4 WOLCOTT [102] (Roger 3 , Simon 2 , 
Henry 1 ) graduated at Yale College, 1747; m. Jan. 21, 1755, 
Lorraine or Laura, dau. of Capt. Daniel Collins, of Guil- 
ford. Children : — 

231— 1. OLIVER, b. Aug. 31, d. Sept. 13, 1757. 
232—2. OLIVER, b. Jan. 11, 1760. See LXX. 
2 33 — 3- LAURA, b. Dec. 15, 1761; m. Oct. 6, 1785, William 
Moseley, of Hartford. 

Their son, Charles Moseley. 

234—4. MARIANN, b. Feb. 16, 1765; m. Oct., 1789, Chauncey 

Goodrich, of Hartford. 
235—5. FREDERICK, b. Nov. 2, 1767. See LXXI. 

Gov. Oliver Wolcott, Sr., d. at his home in Litchfield, 
Dec. 1, 1797. Epitaph. Buried in East Grave-yard of 
Litchfield. 



80 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

The following notices of the life of Gov. Oliver Wolcott, 
Sen., are copied from family documents. The original 
sketch, published in Sanderson's "Biography of the Signers 
of the Declaration of Independence" (III. 63-67) , is among 
these papers, having been drawn up by his son, the late Gov. 
Oliver Wolcott, Jr. 

On leaving College, he received a commission as Captain in the 
Army, from Gov. George Clinton, of New York, and immediately 
raised a company, at the head of which he marched to the defence of 
the Northern Frontiers, where he served until the Regiment to which 
he was attached was disbanded, in consequence of the peace of Aix-la- 
Chapelle. He then returned to Connecticut and studied medicine, 
under the direction of his Brother, Dr. Alexander Wolcott, then a dis- 
tinguished practitioner. Before he was established in practice, the 
County of Litchfield was organized, and he was appointed the first 
sheriff of the county, in 1751. He settled in Litchfield, and was a 
representative of the Town in the General Assembly. In the year 

1774, he was chosen an Assistant or Councillor, to which station he was 
annually elected till the year 1786. While a member of the Council, 
he was also Chief Judge of the Court of Common Pleas for the County, 
and for many years Judge of the Court of Probate for the district of 
Litchfield. He served in the militia, in every grade of office, from that 
of Captain to that of Major-General. On all the questions preliminary 
to the Revolutionary War he was a firm advocate of the American 
cause. 

At the Town Meeting held in Litchfield, Aug. 17, 1774, to consider 
the Resolutions of the Legislature, on the subject of the Boston Port 
Bill, he presided, and drew up the eloquent preamble and resolutions 
then adopted, which we give in their place. 

He was chosen a member of the Continental Congress, and in July, 

1775, was appointed by that body one of the Commissioners of Indian 
affairs for the Northern Department, — a trust of great importance, its 
object being to induce the Indian nations to remain neutral during the 
war. While he was engaged in this business, the controversies respect- 
ing the boundaries between Connecticut and Pennsylvania, and between 
New York and Vermont, menaced the tranquillity of the Colonies, and 
exposed them to the seductions of British partisans. His influence 
was exerted with great effect to compromise these disputes, and to unite 
the New England settlers in support of the American cause. 

In January, 1776, he attended at Philadelphia the session of Congress 



FOURTH GENERATION 81 

at which the Declaration of Independence was adopted, of which he 
was one of the Signers. In this connection Barlow thus refers to him 
in his poem, the "Vision of Columbus" : 

"Bold Wolcott urged the all-important cause, 
With steady hand the solemn scene he draws ; 
Undaunted firmness with his wisdom joined, 
Nor Kings nor Worlds could warp his steadfast mind." 

During the session he returned to Connecticut. He carried with him 
from the city of New York the leaden statue of King George III, which 
was converted into bullets at Litchfield, under his direction. On the 
15th of August, he was appointed by Governor Trumbull and the Coun- 
cil of Safety to command fourteen Regiments of the Connecticut 
Militia, which were ordered for the defence of New York. This duty 
he performed, till the force, amounting to more than five thousand men, 
was subdivided into four brigades. He then returned home for a few 
weeks. 

In November, 1776, he resumed his seat in Congress, and accom- 
panied that Body to Baltimore, during the eventful winter of 1777. 

On the 17th of January, he was appointed by the General Assembly 
of Connecticut, Brigadier-General, and was constantly employed, the 
ensuing summer, in superintending detachments of militia, and corre- 
sponding on military subjects. After detaching several thousand men 
to the assistance of General Putnam on the North River, he headed a 
corps of between three and four hundred volunteers, who joined the 
Northern Army under General Gates, and took command of a Brigade 
of Militia, and aided in reducing the British Army under General 
Burgoyne. From February to July, 1778, he attended Congress at 
Yorktown. 

In the summer of 1779, he was in the field at the head of a Division 
of Militia, for the defence of the sea-coast. During the severe winter 
of 1779-80, famine added its terrors to excessive cold. The deep snows 
in the mountain region of the State, and the explosion of the paper 
system, rendered it almost impossible to procure the necessaries of life. 
Connecticut had been in the foremost ranks of the supporters of the 
war ; she had contributed freely from her narrow resources, and the 
blood of her sons had moistened every battle-field. And now, when 
cold and hunger threatened their utmost rigors, and a dark cloud hung 
over the fate of the country, the courage of her citizens failed not. 
The records of her Towns — the votes of recruits to the army and of 
bread to the suffering — showed that she had counted the cost of the 
struggle, and was ready to meet it. It may well be supposed that the 



82 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

resources of so zealous an advocate for the war as General Wolcott 
were not withheld. Every dollar that could be spared from the main- 
tenance of the family was expended in raising and supplying men; 
every blanket not in actual use was sent to the Army, and the sheets 
were torn into bandages or cut into lint by the hands of his wife and 
daughters. From 1781 to 1783, he occasionally attended Congress. In 
1784 and 1785, he was one of the Commissioners of Indian affairs for 
the Northern Department, and in concert with Richard Butler and 
Arthur Lee prescribed the terms of peace to the Six Nations of Indians. 
His military services, his known probity and judgment, his ardent at- 
tachment to the Republican cause, and his social standing, all con- 
tributed to give him an extended influence, which was faithfully exerted 
for the public good. From the beginning to the end of the Revolution- 
ary War, he was constantly engaged, either in the Council or in the 
field. 

In 1786, he was elected Lieutenant-Governor of Connecticut, and 
annually thereafter, until he was chosen Governor. In November, 
1787, he was chosen a member of the State Convention which adopted 
the Constitution of the United States. In November, 1789, he was 
further appointed by the State, in connection with Samuel H. Parsons 
and James Davenport, to hold a treaty with the Wyandottes and other 
Indians, for extinguishing their title to the Western Reserve of 
Connecticut. 

In the fall of 1796, he was chosen a Presidential Elector, in which 
capacity he voted for John Adams and Thomas Pinckney. The same 
year, he was chosen Governor, which office he held until his death, in 
the seventy-second year of his age. 

Such is a brief catalogue of the more important political 
offices and services of Oliver Wolcott, the elder. During a 
long and laborious life devoted to public service, he enjoyed 
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FOURTH GENERATION 83 

The account in the handwriting of General Wolcott, re- 
ferring to the statue of George the Third previously men- 
tioned, follows: Cartridges 

Mrs. Marvin, 3456 

" " , on former account 2602 

6058 

Ruth Marvin, on former account 6204 

Not sent to court house, 449 packs 5388 

11592 

Laura, on former account 4250 

Not sent to court house, 344 packs 4128 

8378 

Mary Ann, on former account 5762 

Not sent to the court house, 1 19 packs, out of 
which I let Colonel Parley Howe have 3 
packs 5028 

10790 

Frederick, on former account 708 

Not sent to court house, 19 packs 228 

936 

37754 

Mrs. Beach's two accounts 2002 

Made by sundry persons 2182 

Gave Litchfield militia, on alarm 50 

Let the regiment of Col. Wigglesworthe have .... 300 

Cartridges, No 42288 

Overcharged to Mrs. Beach's account 200 

42088 

On the back of this account is written in the same hand- 
writing, this brief explanation: "An account of the number 
of cartridges made." 

The following additional memorandum is in the handwrit- 
ing of his son, Oliver Wolcott, Jr. : 

"N. B. An equestrian statue of George the Third of Great Britain, 
was erected in the city of New York on the Bowling Green, at the 
lower end of Broadway; most of the materials were lead, but richly 
gilded to resemble gold. At the beginning of the revolution this statue 
was overthrown. Lead being then scarce and dear, the statue was 
broken in pieces, and the metal transported to Litchfield as a place of 
safety. The ladies of this village converted the lead into cartridges, of 
which the preceding is an account. O W " 



84 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

For a careful examination of all the evidence, and a minute 
list of the authorities relating to this incident, see Woodruff's 
Hist, of Litchfield. 

Of the many letters written by Oliver Wolcott and received 
by him from prominent men of his day we present a facsimile 
of one from General Washington. 

In the Litchfield Town Records, page 360, may be found 
the following: 

DEED OF EMANCIPATION 

Know all men by these presents, that I, Oliver Wolcott, of Litchfield, 
in the State of Connecticut, in expectation that my negro servant man, 
Caesar, will by his industry be able to obtain a comfortable subsistence 
for himself, and that he will make a proper use of the Freedom which 
I hereby give him, do discharge, liberate and set free, him, the said 
Caesar, and do hereby exempt him from any further obligation of 
servitude to me, my heirs, and every other person claiming any authority 
over him, by, from, or under me. 

And that my said servant, whom I now make free as aforesaid, may 
be known hereafter by a proper cognomen, I hereby give him the name 
of Jamus — so that here-after he is to be known and distinguished by 
the name of Caesar Jamus. As witness my hand and seal in Litchfield, 
Nov. 23d A. D., 1786. 

in presence of Oliver Wolcott, & seal 

Mariann Wolcott 
Frederick Wolcott 

REVOLUTIONARY RESOLVES OF THE TOWN OF LITCH- 
FIELD, DRAFTED BY Oliver Wolcott, Sen. 

£ At a meeting of the Inhabitants of Litchfield, legally warned and 
| held in Litchfield on the 17th day of August, A. D., 1774. 
^ Oliver Wolcott, Esq., Moderator. 

The Inhabitants of Litchfield in legal Town Meeting assembled on 
the 17th day of August, 1774, — taking into Consideration the Dis- 
tresses to which the Poor of the Town of Boston may likely be reduced 
by the Operation of an Act of the British Parliament for blocking up 
their Port, and deeply commiserating the Unhappiness of a brave and 
loyal People who are thus eminently suffering in a General Cause, for 



FOURTH GENERATION 85 

vindicating what every sensible virtuous American considers an essential 
Right of this Country, — think it their indispensable Duty to afford their 
unhappy and distressed Brethren of said Town of Boston all reason- 
able Aid and Support; and this they are the more readily induced to, 
not only as the Inhabitants of said Town are thus severely condemned 
for their Reluctance to submit to an arbitrary, an unconsented-to, and 
consequently unconstitutional Taxation, but the whole of the great 
and loyal Province of the Massachusetts Bay have been condemned 
unheard in the Loss of their Charter Privileges by the heretofore un- 
known and unheard-of exertions of parliamentary Power; which they 
conceive is a Power claimed and exercised in such a manner as cannot 
fail of striking every unprejudiced Mind with Horror and Amazement, 
as being subversive to all those inherent, essential, and constitutional 
Rights, Liberties, and Privileges which the good People of this Colony 
have ever held sacred and even dearer than Life itself, nor ever can 
wish to survive — not only every Idea of Property, but every Emolu- 
ment of Civil Life, being thereby rendered precarious and uncertain. 

In full Confidence, therefore, that no Degree of Evil thus inflicted 
on said Town and Province will ever induce them to give up or betray 
their own and the American Constitutional Rights and Privileges, 
especially as they cannot but entertain the most pleasing Expectations 
that the Committees of the several North American Provinces, who 
are soon to meet at Philadelphia, will in their Wisdom be able to point 
out a Method of Conduct effectual for obtaining Redress of those 
Grievances — a Method to which (when once agreed upon by said Com- 
mittees) will look upon it their Duty strictly to attend. 

And in the mean time, we earnestly recommend that Subscriptions 
be forthwith opened in this Town under the Care of Reuben Smith, 
Esq., Capt. Lynde Lord, and Mr. William Staunton, who are hereby 
appointed a Committee to receive and forward to the Selectmen of 
Boston, for the use of the Poor in that Place, all such Donations as 
shall be thereupon made for that Purpose; as also to correspond with 
the Committee of Correspondence there or elsewhere as there may be 
occasion. We also take this Opportunity publickly to return our thanks 
to the Members of the Hon ble House of Representatives of this Colony, 
for their patriotic and loyal Resolutions passed and published in the 
last Assembly, on the Occasion, and order them to be entered at large 
on the public Records of this Town — that succeeding Ages may be 
faithfully furnished with authentic Credentials of our inflexible Attach- 
ment to those inestimable Privileges, which we glory in esteeming our 
inalienable Birthright and Inheritance. 



86 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

RESOLUTIONS OF THE LADIES OF HARTFORD 

The Ladies in this City, attentive to the impoverished state of their 
Country, and to the well-founded charge of extravagance in our manner 
of living, offer to their sisters in this State the following considerations : 

1. We consider it as a general truth, that the manners and fashions 
of every country should be adapted to its particular situation and 
circumstances. 

2. We believe that the English and French fashions, which require 
the manufacture of an infinite variety of gewgaws and frippery, may 
be highly beneficial and even necessary in the countries where those 
articles are made ; as they furnish employment and subsistence for poor 
people. 

3. We believe, also, that it is very politic in foreign nations to 
introduce their fashions into this country, as they thus make a market 
for their useless manufactures, and enrich themselves at our expense. 

4. But we are of the opinion, at the same time, that our implicit 
submission to the fashions of other countries is highly derogatory to 
the reputation of Americans, as it renders us dependent on the interest, 
or caprice, of foreigners, both for taste and manners; it prevents the 
exercise of our own ingenuity, and makes us the slaves of the milliners 
and mantua-makers in London or Paris. 

5. We consider, also, that this servile imitation of foreign fashions 
is one of the circumstances which operate to embarass and distress 
this country. 

6. We also consider many of the fashions which now prevail among 
us as in many respects extremely inconvenient, and consequently as 
proceeding from a false taste in dress, or a total want of taste. 

7. We are of opinion that an attention to industry and economy, 
among all ages and ranks of people, is an infinitely better way to pro- 
mote the prosperity, and to relieve the distresses, of this country, than 
quarrelling with laws, debts, and courts of justice. 

Convinced of these truths, and desirous of silencing all complaints 
of extravagance, and of contributing all in our power to deliver the 
country from this slavery of fashions, and the consequent expenses and 
embarrassments, we subscribe the following Articles : 

Art. 1. That after the signing of these articles, we will not pur- 
chase, or wear, any superfluous articles of dress, such as gauze, ribbons, 
flowers, feathers, lace, and other trimmings and frippery, designed 
merely as ornaments. 




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FOURTH GENERATION 87 

Art. 2. That we will not purchase the richer kinds of articles 
which are used as necessary dress; such as silks, muslins, expensive 
hats, &c, except a single suit for a wedding, or for mourning ; but that 
for the future we will wear on visits, and in public places, such articles 
only as we have on hand, or newly purchased calicoes and other cheap 
articles, without ornaments or trimmings. 

Art. 3. That we will endeavor to retrench the expenses of visits 
and entertainments, by not suffering them to interrupt our attention to 
industry, by reducing the number and price of the articles which furnish 
our tables, and particularly by giving the preference to such articles of 
provision as our own country supplies. 

Art. 4. That we will not attend a public or private Assembly oftener 
than once in three weeks. 

Art. 5. That we will use our influence to diffuse an attention to 
industry and frugality, and to render these virtues reputable and 
permanent. 

Conscious to ourselves that our intentions are laudable, and calcu- 
lated to secure the reputation, the morals, the prosperity, and the social 
happiness of our Country, we shall pay no regard to any reflections, or 
ridicule, that may be cast upon our conduct ; but now pledge ourselves 
to each other and to the world, that we will carry these resolutions into 
practice. 

Two portraits of him, duplicates, by Earle, have been pre- 
served. One of these is in the Capitol at Hartford, presented 
by his grandson, the late Dr. John S. Wolcott. This has 
been engraved for Sanderson's "Lives of the Signers," from 
a reduced copy by his granddaughter, Mrs. Laura W. Gibbs. 
The other is in the library of the Connecticut Historical 
Society, at Hartford, presented by Mrs. Gibbs. 

In connection with the preceding sketch of General Wol- 
cott, honorable mention is due to Mrs. Wolcott. During his 
almost constant absence from home while engaged in the 
arduous service of the Revolutionary War, she educated their 
children and conducted the domestic concerns of the family, 
including the management of a small farm, with a degree of 
fortitude, perseverance, frugality, and intelligence, equal to 
that which in the best days of ancient Rome distinguished her 



88 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

most illustrious matrons. Without her aid, his public services 
could not have been rendered, without involving a total sacri- 
fice of the interests of his family ; with her aid, his house was 
a seat of comfort and hospitality, and by means of her as- 
sistance he retained during life a small estate, a part of which 
was a patrimonial inheritance. 

Her portrait, also by Earle, presents her as a woman of 
fine countenance and majestic figure, and authenticates the 
current tradition that in her day she was the most beautiful 
woman in the village. Her remains lie beneath the same 
monument with her husband's, in the east graveyard of Litch- 
field. 

To the Memory 

of 

Oliver Wolcott, late Governor 

of 

the State of Connecticut, 

who was born Dec. 1st, 1726, 

& who died Dec. 1st, 1797. 

Also of 
Laura Wolcott, 
who was born Jan. 1st, 1732, 
& who died Apr. 19th, 1794. (Epitaph) 

On the monument are inscribed the Arms of Wolcott, with 
the family motto, "Nullius jurare in verba." 



FIFTH GENERATION 

—XXXII— 

JOHN 5 WOLCOTT [106] (John*, John 3 , Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Jan. 9, 1735, Mary Hawley, of Middletown; 
lived in South Windsor. Children : — 

236 — 1. MARY, b. Dec. 10, 1736; m. Abiel Grant. 

237 — 2. LAURA, b. June 15, 1739; m. Jonathan Bement. 

238 — 3. HOPE, b. Dec. 29, 1742; m. April 4, 1774, Nathaniel 

Drake. 
239—4. BENJAMIN, b. Oct. 26, 1744. See LXXII. 
240 — 5. ANN, b. March 6, 1746. 

Mr. John Wolcott d. April 11, 1773. Epitaph. 



—XXXIII— 

SAMUEL 5 WOLCOTT [119] (Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , 
Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) March 11, 1735, Mary, dau. of 
Israel Wyatt, of Colchester; she was b. Nov. 19, 1716; (2nd) 
Aug. 30, 1759, Mrs Sarah (Sherman) Boardman, who d. 
March 6, 1794; lived in Wethersfleld. Children: — 

SAMUEL, b. Nov. 15, 1736. See LXXIII. 

OLIVER, b. Jan. 17, 1738; d. Feb. 25, 1788. 

WYATT, b. April 9, 1739. See LXXIV. 

MARY, b. April 18, 1741; m. June 11, 1781, David 
Mitchell. 

SOLOMON, b. June 21, 1743. See LXXV. 

CHLOE, b. April 9, 1745; m. May 2, 1771, Lemuel 
Woodhouse. 

ROGER, b. Nov. 15, 1746. See LXXVI. 

NATHANIEL, b. July 9, 1748. See LXXVII. 



241- 


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242- 


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243- 


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244- 


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246 — 6. 


247- 
248- 


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90 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

249 — 9. WILLIAM, b. July 5, 1750; d. young. 

250 — 10. ABIGAIL, b. April 21, 1752; m. Jan. 30, 1772, Levi 
Wright. 

251— 11. WILLIAM, b. Jan. 30, 1754. See LXXVIII. 
Mr. Samuel Wolcott d. April 11, 1800. Epitaph. 



—XXXIV— 

ELISHA 5 WOLCOTT [121] (Samuel*, Samuel 3 , 
Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. June 28, 1746, Sarah, dau. of Gershom 
Nott; she d. March 12, 1800, aged 73. Lived in Wethersfield. 
Children : — 

252—1. GERSHOM, b. April 11, 1748. See LXXIX. 

253 — 2. SARAH, b. Aug. 7, 1751 ; m. Levi Robbins. 

254—3. ELISHA, b. Oct. 2, 1755. See LXXX. 

255 — 4. MEHITABLE, b. June 12, 1759; m. April 12, 1781, 
Frederick Robbins. 

256 — 5. HANNAH, b. Sept. 22, 1762; d. March 13, 1784. 
Deacon Elisha Wolcott d. October 13, 1793. Epitaph. 



—XXXV— 

JOSIAH 5 WOLCOTT [122] (Samuel 4 , Samuel 5 , 
Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Nov. 13, 1752, Lois, dau. of Capt. 
Gideon Goodrich. Lived at Rocky Hill. Children:— 

257—1. JOSIAH, b. Sept. 17, 1755. See LXXXI. 

258 — 2. SUSANNA, b. Sept. 17, 1757; m. June 3, 1779, Joseph 

Belden Weed. 
259 — 3. LOIS, b. 1761; m. Feb. 18, 1779, David Belden. 
260—4. THEODORE, b. April 29, 1763. See LXXXII. 

Mr. Josiah Wolcott d. March 28, 1773. Epitaph. 



FIFTH GENERATION 



91 



—XXXVI— 

JOSIAH 5 WOLCOTT [124] (John 4 , Josiah 3 , Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. (1st) Isabella, dau. of Rev. John Campbell, of 
Oxford, Mass; (2nd) Dec. 12, 1794, Mrs. Naomi, widow of 
Samuel Jenison, of Douglas. Children : — 

261— i. JOHN, b. July 12, 1752. See LXXXIII. 

262—2. EDWARD KITCHEN, b. April 30, 1754. See 
LXXXIV. 

263—3. THOMAS FREKE, b. March 13, 1757. 

264 — 4. FREKE, b. Oct. 21, 1759; m. Feb. 19, 1791, Josiah 
Shumway. 

265—5. ELIZABETH, b. July 19, 1761; m. July 26, 1787, An- 
drew Sigourney, of Oxford. 

266—6. PETER PAPILION, b. Sept. 1, 1763. 

267 — 7. MARY, b. Sept. 29, 1765; m. John Dana, of Orford, 
N. H. 

268—8. WILLIAM, b. May 8, 1767; d. Nov. 8, 1769. 

269—9. JOSHUA, b. May 11, 1769. See LXXXV. 

270 — 10. MEHITABLE, b. July 12, 1771; m. Phineas Dana, of 
Woolwich, Me. 

271 — 11. HENRY, b. Feb. 4, 1774; d. in Oxford. 

Josiah Wolcott, Esq., d. Dec. 9, 1796. Epitaph. 



—XXXVII— 

CALEB 5 WOLCOTT [127] (George 4 , George 3 , 
George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Jerusha Price, of Glastonbury. He 
moved west and is said to have d. in Chemung Co., N. Y. 
Child :— 



272 — 1. EUNICE, bap. Feb. 23, 1755; m. in the West. 



92 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



—XXXVIII— 

JUSTUS 5 WOLCOTT [130] (George\ George*, 
George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) 1759, Rachel Bidwell, of Glas- 
tonbury. She was b. March 27, 1737. He resided in New- 
ington and in 1772 removed to New Lebanon, N. Y. His 
wife d. May 29, 1778. (2nd) Mrs. Edify Scott, of New 
Lebanon, N. Y. Removed to Painted Post, N. Y., in 1792. 
He d. April 29, 1831, aged 95 years. His widow b. Aug. 
25, 1746; d. Sept. 26, 1837, aged 91 years. Children:— 

JOSEPH, b. July 27, 1760. See LXXXVI. 
HANNAH, b. Jan. 7, 1762; m. Daniel Loomis, of 

Caton, N. Y. 
JUSTUS, b. Feb. 20, 1763. See LXXXVII. 
SABIAH, b. Jan. 3, 1765; m. Ezra Rowley. 
NORMAN, b. Oct. 4, 1766. See LXXXVIII. 
CHARLES, b. Nov. 13, 1768. See LXXXIX. 
ROGER, b. Oct. 26, 1770. See XC. 
DAVID, b. Feb. 23, 1774; d. Aug. 11, 1775. 
RACHEL, b. Feb. 21, 1776; m. Sept. 3, 1795, Benjamin 

Gorton, who was b. 1772. Children: 

I. Sarah Gorton, b. June 2, 1796; m. Amzi English, of 
Corning, N. Y. 

II. Hannah Gorton, b. 1798; d. young. 

III. Stephen Gorton, b. Dec, 1800; d. Nov., 1884, unm. 

IV. Hannah Gorton, b. 1802 ; m. Chester Coe. 

V. Delana Gorton, b. Jan. 22, 1804; m. Hiram Morris. 

VI. Ansel McCall Gorton, b. Sept. 22, 1805; m. (1st) 
Phebe Jane Root; (2nd) Mary Delilah Williams. 

VII. Caroline Gorton, b. Feb. 24, 1811; m. Michael J. 
Pace. 

VIII. Elijah King Gorton, b. Apr. 6, 1813; m. Pamelia 
Smith Crosby. 

282—10. JOHN, b. Jan. 29, 1780. See XCI. 
283—11. DAVID, b. Dec. 11, 1781. See XCII. 
284 — 12. LUCY, b. Feb. 9, 1784; m. William Chilson. 
285—13. MARY, b. July 10, 1786; m. Caleb Mallory. 
286 — 14. GEORGE, b. July 19, 1789; m. Sarah JEfeird; resided in 
Big Flats, N. Y. Was Justice of the Peace. 



273- 


—I. 


274- 


-2. 


275- 


-3- 


276- 


-4- 


277- 


-5- 


278- 


-6. 


279- 


-7- 


280- 


-8. 


281 — 9. 



FIFTH GENERATION 93 

—XXXIX— 

GEORGE 5 WOLCOTT [134] (George*, George*, 
George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. March, 1774, Elizabeth Nott; lived in 
Newington; d. July 23, 1809. Children:— 

287—1. GEORGE, b. Aug. 16, 1774. See XCIII. 

288—2. WILLIAM NOTT, b. Apr. 24, 1776. See XCIV. 

289 — 3- ELIZABETH, b. Apr. 18, 1780; m. Horace Andrews, 
of Hartford. 

290 — 4. SARAH, b. June 20, 1782; m. Abner Roberts. 



—XL- 
JOSHUA 5 WOLCOTT [135] (Joshua*, George 3 , 
George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. June 20, 1757, Esther Dean, of Port- 
land; d. March 31, 1766; his widow d. June 5, 1774, in her 
40th year. Children: — 

291— 1. JOSHUA, b. March 23, 1758. See XCV. 
292 — 2. ELIJAH DEAN, b. Jan. 9, d. Jan. 16, 1759. 
293 — 3. ESTHER, b. 1 761; m. Isaac Knowles. 



— XLI— 

SOLOMON 5 WOLCOTT [137] (Joshua*, George 3 , 
George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Feb. 11, 1767, Abigail, dau. of Dr. 
Waitstill Hastings, of Pittsfield, Mass. ; she was b. Feb. 28, 
1739, and d. July 17, 1822. He lived in Williamstown, and 
d. Aug. 12, 1829. Children:— 

294—1. SOLOMON, b. March 1, 1769. See XCVI. 
295 — 2. ABIGAIL, b. June 14, d. June 25, 1771. 
296—3. ABIGAIL MARSH, b. Oct. 16, 1773; m. Flavel Gay- 
lord, of Amsterdam, N. Y. 



94 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

297—4. ESTHER BELDING, b. Oct. 6, 1777; m. Daniel 
Noble, of Williamstown, Mass. Children: 

I. Edward Wolcott Noble. 

II. Mary Noble. 

298—5. MARY HASTINGS, b. Feb. 9, 1780. 

299—6. WAITSTILL HASTINGS, b. July 23, 1782; lived at 

Utica, N. Y.; d. at Hartford, 1833. 
300—7. JOHN, b. Feb. 3, 1784; d. 1828. 



— XLII— 

JOSEPH 5 WOLCOTT [139] (Joshua*, George 3 , 
George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Sept. 16, 1766, Elizabeth Bosworth, of 
Sandisfield ; lived in Sandisfield. Children: — 

301 — 1. LUCY, b. March 9, 1767; m. March 12, 1789, Simeon 
Deming. 

302—2. HORACE, b. May 9, 1769. See XCVII. 

303—3- JOSEPH, b. May 5, d, Nov. 5, 1771. 

304 — 4. HONOR, b. Nov. 17, 1772; m. Asa Loveland, of Man- 
chester, Vt. 

305 — 5. JOSEPH, b. Feb. 9, 1775; m. Ann Twining, of Tolland, 
Mass.; d. March 23, 1847. Epitaph. 

306—6. ELIAS, b. June 16, 1777. See XCVIII. 

307 — 7. ELIZA, b. May 17, 1779; m. Dec. 13, 1805, Timothy 
Harding, of Sandisfield. 

308—8. EDWARD, b. June 23, 1781. See XCIX. 

309 — 9. ESTHER, b. Nov. 22, d. Nov. 24, 1783. 

310—10. JOSIAH, b. March 11, 1785. See C. 

311— 11. ESTHER, b. July 19, 1787; m. Nathan Hall. 

312—12. JOSHUA, b. Feb. 4, d. Feb. 8, 1791. 

313 — 13. SARAH, b. April 4, 1793; d. Oct. 9, 1817. 

Mr. Joseph Wolcott d. May 21, 1808. Epitaph. 



FIFTH GENERATION 95 

— XLIII— 

JOSIAH 5 WOLCOTT [141] (Joshua*, George 5 , 
George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. March 25, 1772, Prudence Warner; 
d. Oct. 7, 1793. Child:— 

314— i. BELDEN. See CI. 



— XLIV— 

DAVID 5 WOLCOTT [143] (David*, George 3 , George 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Hannah Munsell, of Windsor; was a Revolu- 
tionary soldier and d. at Horse Neck during the War. 
Children : — 

315 — 1. HANNAH, b. Jan. 4, 1770; m. June 5, 1788, Samuel 
Thompson, of Geneva, Ohio. 

316 — 2. LYDIA, b. Jan. 6, 1772; d. 1781. 

317 — 3. ELIZABETH, b. Feb. 1, 1774; m. Spicer, of New- 
York. 

318—4. DAVID, b. Jan. 1, 1776. See CII. 



— XLV— 

SILAS 5 WOLCOTT [154] (Josiah\ George 5 , George 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Oct. 2, 1778, Margaret Rowan, of Lancaster, 
Pa. She was b. Oct. 20, 1756, and d. Dec. 20, 1849. He 
served in Revolution, April, 1776, to Jan. 1, 1778, in 13th 
Pa. line. D. June 4, 1834, at Litchfield, Pa. Children: — 

319— 1. SILAS, b. 1780. 

320—2. ELIJAH, b. March 29, 1781. See CIII. 

321 — 3. DORCAS, m. Joseph Pew; lived near Ithaca, N. Y. 

322—4. MARY, m. Thomas Munn. 



96 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

323 — 5. LOVIA, m. (1st) Joseph Perico; (2nd) Asa Caufman. 

324—6. BENJAMIN. See CIV. 

325 — 7. LOUISA, m. Reuben Brown; moved to Ohio. 

326 — 8. JOHN, m. (1st) Susanna Park; (2nd) Nancy Lewis; 

(3rd) Salomy Drake. 
327 — 9. MINERVA, m. William Reed; moved to Mich. 
328 — 10. MARGARET, m. (1st) Samuel Park; (2nd) Thomas 

Park. 



—XL VI— 

HENRY 5 WOLCOTT [165] (Henry*, Henry 3 , Simon 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Dorcas Allen, of East Windsor; d. Oct. 25, 
1813. Children:— 

329 — 1. HENRY, b. 1766; d. young. 
330—2. GIDEON, b. May 26, 1769. See CV. 
331 — 3. ELIZABETH, b. Sept. 14, 1771; m. George Barber, of 
East Windsor. Child: 

Mary A. Barber. 

332 — 4. JANE, b. Jan. 13, 1777; m. Feb. 28, 1805, Lawrence 
Bissell, of East Windsor. 

333—5. HENRY, b. May 27, 1779. See CVI. 

334 — 6. DORCAS, b. Dec. 9, 1784; m. Nov. 12, 1801, Levi 
Pease Abbe, of Enfield, who was b. Apr. 14, 1781, 
and d. Aug. 13, 1848. She d. March 5, 1855. Children: 

I. Maronet Abbe, b. Aug. 25, 1802 ; m. Nov. 20, 1828, 
Seth Phelps; d. Dec. 15, 1881. 

II. Dorcas Allen Abbe, b. June 15, 1805; m. Rufus 
Parsons; d. Jan. 27, 1859. 

III. Mary Ann Abbe, b. Oct. 14, 1807; m. G. W. 
Barber; d. March 21, 1843. 

IV. Sally Pease Abbe, b. Jan. 13, 1809; m. George 
King. 



FIFTH GENERATION 



97 



V. Wolcott Abbe, b. Apr. 14, 1811 ; m. Emily M. Allen ; 
d. Apr. 3, 1891. 

VI. Levi Pease Abbe, b. Jan. 9, 1814; m. (1st) Mary 
Sexton; (2nd) Lucinda Abbe; (3rd) Emeline Wood; 
d. March 30, 1897. 

VII. Daniel Henry Abbe, b. Aug. 11, 1816; m. Lucinda 
Phelps ; d. Feb. 20, 1898. 

VIII. Harriet Abbe, b. Sept. 30, 1818; d. Apr. 14, 
1869. 

IX. Gilbert Abbe, b. March 10, 1820; m. Catherine 
Messenger; d. May 2, 1863. 

X. Maria Abbe, b. Apr. 18, 1823; m. Albert Abbe; 
d. Sept. 5, 1892. 

XL Norton Abbe, b. Nov. 2, 1825 ; m. Eliza Turvey. 



—XL VII— 

SIMON 5 WOLCOTT [167] (Henry 4 , Henry 3 , Simon 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Mary Gillett, who d. Dec. 30, 1813. Received 
commission in Col. Gay's regiment June 20, 1776. Lived in 
East Windsor; d. July 2, 1784. Children:— 



335—1 
336—2 
337—3 
338-4 

339—5 
340—6 

341—7 
342—8 



PETER, b. Dec. 5, 1758. See CVII. 
SIMON, b. Aug. 20, 1761. See CVIII. 
MARY, b. Aug. 15, 1763; m. Warham Loomis. 
ESTHER, b. Dec. 1, 1765; m. Daniel Smith. 
BENJAMIN, b. March 26, 1768. See CIX. 
JONATHAN, b. July 26, 1770; removed to Vermont. 
NATHANIEL, b. July 26, 1772. See CX. 
JOSEPH, b. March 25, 1775. See CXI. 



—XL VIII— 

THOMAS 5 WOLCOTT [170] (Thomas*, Henry 3 , 
Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Catherine Sackett, of Dover, N. Y. 
Children : — 



98 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



343—1 
344—2 

345—3 
346—4 

347—5 
348—6 

349—7 
350—8 



LUKE, b. 1755. See CXII. 

ESTHER, b. 1757. 

ELEANOR, b. 1762. 

THOMAS, b. 1764. See CXIII. 

CATHARINE, b. 1767. 

RACHEL, b. 1768; d. 1789, in Tolland, Mass. 

ROGER, b. 1770. See CXIV. 

MIRIAM, b. 1772; d. 1792. 



— XLIX— 

LUKE 5 WOLCOTT [172] (Thomas 4 , Henri/, Simon 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Jerusha, dau. of Joseph Diggens, of South 
Windsor; d. March 11, 1762. Children: — 

351— 1. JERUSHA. 

352 — 2. LUKE, d. May 2, 1761. 

353—3- THEODOSIA, bap. March 7, 1762. 



L— 



FRANCIS 5 WOLCOTT [176] (Thomas 4 , Henry 3 , 
Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Lydia Race. Children: — 



354—1 
355—2 
356—3 
357—4 
358-5 
359—6 
360—7 



FRANCIS, m. Catharine Bruser, of Taghanic. 

GIDEON, m. Caroline Decker, of Hillsdale, N. Y. 

JOHN, removed to Canada. 

WILLIAM, went West when young. 

MARY, m. William Moore, of Taghanic. 

ELEANOR, m. Garrett Cronk. 

LYDIA, m. James Price, of Hillsdale, N. Y. 



FIFTH GENERATION 



99 



—LI- 
GIDEON 5 WOLCOTT [177] (Thomas*, Henrif, 
Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Dec. 28, 1771, Hannah, dau. of Abner 
Woodworth, of Salisbury; she was b. June 18, 1754, and d. 
April 16, 1826. Lived in Coxsackie, N. Y. ; d. Dec. 27, 1794. 
Children : — 



361— i 
362 — 2 

363—3 
3 6 4—4 
365—5 



366—6. 

367—7- 
368-8. 

369—9- 



ROGER, b. Nov. 5, 1773. See CXV. 

ERASTUS, b. Aug. 11, 1775. 

ELISHA, b. Dec. 11, 1776. See CXVI. 

THOMAS, b. Jan. 19, 1778. See CXVII. 

OLIVE, b. Dec. 17, 1779; m. (1st) Oct 19, 1796, James 
Barden; (2nd) May 3, 1807, Dr. Erastus B. Wood- 
worth, of Flint Creek, N. Y. 

STEPHEN ASHLEY, b. Nov. 15, 1781. See CXVIII. 
GIDEON, b. Jan. 27, 1784; d. young. 
WALTER, b. Aug. 3, 1791. See CXIX. 

ELIZABETH, b. March 28, 1795; m. July 4, 181 1, 
Patrick Quinn, of Millport, N. Y. 



— LII— 

PETER 5 WOLCOTT [180] (Thomas*, Henry 3 , 
Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Rebecca Schutt, of Taghanic, N. Y. 
Children : — 



370—1 
371—2 

372—3 
373—4 
374—5 
375—6 
376—7 

377—8 



THOMAS. See CXX. 

ABRAHAM. See CXXI. 

GIDEON PETER. See CXXII. 

WILHELMUS. See CXXIII. 

CORNELIUS. See CXXIV. 

HENRY, m. Maria Wilson, of Ancoram, N. Y. 

CATHARINE; m. George Lorenberger, of Hillsdale, 

N. Y. 

JANE, m. Peter Fritz, of Taghanic, N. Y. 



100 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

— LIU— 

GILES 5 WOLCOTT [185] (Peter 4 , Henry 3 , Simon 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. July 18, 1779, Sybil Alden, dau. of Seth and 
Lydia Alden, of Lebanon, Conn. She was b. probably at 
Lebanon, Conn., in 1751; d. and was buried in Shaftsbury, 
Vt, Oct. 10, 1804. He d. at Geneseo, N. Y., June 8, 1819. 
Children : — 

378—1. AUGUSTUS, b. May 7, 1780, at Bennington, Vt. See 

cxxv. 

379 — 2. HENRY, b. Aug. 2J, 1783; d. July 9, 1810. 

380—3. ALDEN, b. Feb. 12, 1786. 

381 — 4. GILES, b. Jan. 3, 1787; d. April, 1815. 



— LIV— 

SAMUEL 5 WOLCOTT [187] (Gideon*, Henry 3 , 
Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Dec. 29, 1774, Jerusha (228), dau. of 
General Erastus Wolcott, of South Windsor. Children: — 

382 — 1. JERUSHA, b. Oct. 8, 1775; m. Nov. 30, 1794, Epaphras 
Bissell, of East Windsor Hill. 

383 — 2. NAOMI, b. Oct. 10, 1777; m. Oct. 1, 1804, James 
Wadsworth, of Geneseo, N. Y. James Wadsworth, 
Esq., widely known as a philanthropist, was b. Apr. 
20, 1768, at Durham. Graduated at Yale College in 
1787, and in 1790 removed with his brother to the 
Genesee Valley, New York, where they purchased a 
large tract of valuable land. He thus became one of 
the most opulent landholders in the country. He 
took a warm and active interest in the cause of educa- 
tion, to which in various forms he contributed nearly 
$100,000. He d. June 7, 1844, at Geneseo, N. Y. 



FIFTH GENERATION 101 

Their son, James Samuel Wadsworth, b. Oct. 30, 1807. 
He gave his time to the management of his large patri- 
monial estates and took a deep interest in the cause of 
freedom as well as of education. At the outbreak of the 
Civil War he was made a Major-General and fell May 
6, 1864, at the head of his troops in the Battle of the 
Wilderness. 

384—3. SAMUEL, b. Dec. 12, 1781; d. Feb. 17, 1795. 
385—4. ELIHU, b. Feb. 12, 1784. See CXXVI. 
386—5. SOPHIA, b. Mar. 29, 1786; m. Oct. 19, 1807, Martin 
Ellsworth, of Windsor. 

Their son, Oliver Ellsworth. 

387—6. URSULA, b. Nov. 17, 1788; m. May 10, 181 5, Rev. 
Newton Skinner, pastor of the Congregational 
Church, New Britain. 

Their son, Samuel Wolcott Skinner. 

388—7. ELIZABETH, b. Sept. 23, 1791; m. Nov. 23, 1820, 
Erastus Ellsworth, then of New York City; b. in 
Windsor. Children: 

I. Erastus Wolcott Ellsworth. 

II. Mary Lyman Ellsworth. 

389 — 8. HORACE, b. March 25, 1794. He was captain of a 
mounted troop in his native town; removed first to 
Michigan and then to Illinois where he d. in 1838. 

Samuel Wolcott d. June 7, 1813. Epitaph. 



— LV— 

WILLIAM 5 WOLCOTT [194] (William*, William*, 
Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Esther, dau. of Maj. John Stevens, of 
Rutland, Vt. She was b. June 21, 1762, and d. Oct. 11, 1818. 
Lived in Windsor. Children: — 

390—1. ESTHER, b. Nov. 16, 1786; m. May, 181 1, Capt. Gas- 
ton Dickson, of Middlefield, Mass. 



102 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

391 — 2. FANNY, b. July 23, 1788; m. March 20, 1830, Daniel 

Leach, of Middlefield. 
392—3. LAURA, b. Feb. 18, 1798; d. May 28, 1804. 

Dr. William Wolcott, d. Sept. 22, 1825. Epitaph. 



— LVI— 

ABIEL 5 WOLCOTT [197] (William^ William 3 , 
Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. July 10, 1791, Ursula, dau. of Samuel 
Tudor, of South Windsor. Children: — 

393 — 1. FRANCES, b. Jan. 31, 1794; m. Nov. 30, 1821, Harris 

Haskell, Esq., of Windsor Locks. 
394—2. URSULA, b. Feb. 18, 1796. 

395 _ 3 . SAMUEL TUDOR, b. Dec. 18, 1799. See CXXVII. 
396 — 4. WILLIAM, b. Oct. 19, d. Nov. 20, 1802. 

397 — 5. EVELINE, b. June 11, 1804; m. Nov. 29, 1826, Edgar 
Bissell, of South Windsor. 

Abiel Wolcott d. Jan. 15, 1840. Epitaph. 



— LVII— 

EPHRAIM 5 WOLCOTT [199] (Ephraim 4 , William 3 , 
Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) Feb. 12, 1792, Elizabeth, dau. of 
Jerijah Bissell; (2nd) April 28, 1799, Mary Bissell, her 
sister. Lived in South Windsor. Children: — 

398 — 1. ELIZABETH, bap. March 10, 1793; m. Jan. 18, 1814, 
Horace Bissell. 

399 — 2. EPHRAIM, bap. Feb. 17, 1795; d. Aug. 10, 1826. By 
his death this branch of the family of William Wolcott 
the elder became extinct in the male line. 

Ephraim Wolcott d. May 18, 1826. Epitaph. 



FIFTH GENERATION 



103 



— LVIII— 

ROGER 5 WOLCOTT [204] (Roger*, Roger 3 , Simon 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Dorcas Burnham, of East Hartford. Adminis- 
tration granted on his estate June 3, 1799. Children: — 

400 — 1. 



401 — 2 
402—3 

403—4 



404—5 
405—6 

406—7 



MARTHA, b. Oct. 29, 1757; m. Samuel Treat, of South 
Windsor. 

ROGER, b. May 25, 1760. See CXXVIII. 

ABNER, b. March, 12, d. May 11, 1762. 

JEMIMA, b. May 14, 1763; m. Nov. 19, 1782, James 
Steele, of Ellington. 

CORNELIUS, b. July 12, 1765. See CXXIX. 

HANNAH, b. Aug. 1, d. Dec. 31, 1769. 

ABIGAIL, b. Dec. 11, 1770; m. Feb. 12, 1791, John 
Holton, of Ellington. 

SETH, b. Oct. 11, 1773. See CXXX. 

AMELIA, b. July 17, d. July 29, 1776. 
409 — 10. AMELIA, b. Feb. 2, 1778; m. Aug. 10, 1793, Willis 
Russell, of Ellington. 

OLIVER, b. March 8, 1780; d. April 24, 1781. 

RHODA, b. April 13, 1785; m. Lieut. Charles Bur- 
bridge, U. S. A. 



407—8 
408 — 9 



410 — 11. 
411 — 12. 



— LIX— 

EPAPHRAS 5 WOLCOTT [205] (Roger 4 , Roger 3 , 
Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. June, 1702, Mabel, dau. of John Burn- 
ham, of East Hartford; she d. March 27, 1814, aged 79. 
Enlisted in Capt. Giles Wolcott's company in the expedition 
against Canada. D. Jan. 1, 1825. Children: — 

412 — 1. SARAH, b. Jan. 10, 1764; m. Feb. 5, 1795, Ebenezer 

Pomeroy, of Hadley, Mass. 
413—2. JAMES, b. April 19, 1766. See CXXXI. 



104 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

414 — 3. MABEL, b. March 17, 1770; m. John B. Richardson, of 

Easthampton, Mass. 
415 — 4. MARY, b. July 26, 1773; m. Nov. 26, 1795, Aaron 

Davis, of Hinsdale, Mass. 



— LX— 

PARMENIO 5 WOLCOTT [208] (Roger*, Roger 3 , 
Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 1767, Mary Ballard, who was b. in 
1750, and d. March, 1833. Lived in Rome, N. Y. D. in 
1812. Children:— 

416—1. ALFRED, b. April 14, 1769. See CXXXII. 
417—2. PARMENIO, b. Dec. 17, 1770. See CXXXIIT. 
418—3. PRUDENCE, b. Aug. 21, 1772; d. Aug. 2, 1776. 
419—4. JOSIAH, b. April 4, 1776; d. Aug. 7, 1797. 
420 — 5. MARY, b. Oct. 27, 1778; m. 1802, Nathan Stone, of 

Rome, N. Y. 
421—6. PRUDENCE, b. May 10, 1789; m. 181 1, Chauncy 

Keep, of Rome, N. Y. 
422 — 7. LYDIA, b. 1790; d. Aug. 27, 1797. 



— LXI— 

JEREMIAH 5 WOLCOTT [211] (Alexander 4 , Roger 3 , 
Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. April 13, 1758, Sarah Goodrich, of 
East Haven; d. May 12, 1792. Children:— 

423 — 1. MARTHA, b. Aug. 18, 1762; m. Sept. 16, 1778, Heze- 
kiah Reynolds, of Wallingford. 

Their dau., Martha Davenport Wolcott Reynolds, m. 
Dec. 17, 1823, Thaddeus Street, son of Jesse and Lois 



FIFTH GENERATION 105 

Cook Street, of Wallingford, Conn. He was b. Dec. 27, 
1779; d. April 7, 1842, at Cheshire, Conn. Children: 

i. William R. Street, b. July 12, 1828; m. Elizabeth 
T. Upson, dau. of Julius and Mabel (Andrews) Up- 
son, of East Haven. 

ii. Frederick F. Street, b. Jan. 26, 1830, at Cheshire, 
Conn. ; m. Jan. 14, 1862, Mary Abbott Chapman, 
dau. of Reuben Abbott and Caroline (Loomis) Chap- 
man, of East Hartford, Conn. Resides at Hartford, 
Conn. 

iii. Henry Augustus Street, M. D., b. Sept. 6, 1831 ; 
m. (1st) Dec. 25, 1861, Susan Elizabeth Allen, dau. 
of Dr. Hull Allen, of Milford, Conn.; (2nd) Oct. 10, 
1871, Elizabeth Bradford Roberts, dau. of Ozias 
Roberts, of East Hartford. 

iv. George Edward Street, D. D., b. June 18, 1835 ; 
m. Sept. 7, 1865, Mary Evarts Anderson, dau. of Rev. 
Rufus and Eliza (Hill) Anderson, of Boston, Mass.; 
d. Dec. 26, 1903, at Hartford, Conn. 

424—2. THOMAS GOODSELL, b. Aug. 17, 1764. See 

CXXXIV. 
425 — 3. SARAH, b. May 7, 1767; m. Philemon Harrison. 



— LXII— 

SIMON 5 WOLCOTT [215] (Alexander*, Roger 3 , 
Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) Jan. 23, 1774, Lucy Rogers, who 
d. April 4, 1791, in her 39th year; (2nd) Mrs. Charlotte 
(Woodbridge) Mumford who was b. Dec. 26, 1761, and d. 
Dec. 1, 1831. Children:— 

426 — 1. LUCRETIA, b. Jan. 24, 1775; m. Oct. 28, 1793, Capt. 

Richard Law, of New London. 
427—2. ALEXANDER, b. Nov. 12, 1775. See CXXXV. 
428 — 3. LUCY, 1). June 30, 1780; d. Jan. 28, 1782. 



106 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

429 — 4. MARY, b. Dec. 30, 1781; m. Jan. 21, 1807, Christopher 

Manwaring, of New London. 
430 — 5. LUCY, b. Oct. 31, 1783; m. (1st) Nov. 25, 1802, Francis 

Drake; (2nd) April 25, 18 16, Erastus Strong - , of South 

Windsor. 
431—6. CHARLOTTE, b. Nov. 10, 1784; d. 1789. 
432—7. CATHARINE, b. May 15, 1786; m. Sept. 28, 1817, 

Daniel Hinsdale, of Hartford. 
433—8. ELIZABETH, b. Jan. 10, 1788. 
434—9. FRANCES CAROLINE, m. George Robbins, of New 

York. 

Dr. Simon Wolcott was a physician in New London. D. 
April 7, 1809. 



— LXIII— 

GEORGE 5 WOLCOTT [218] (Alexander*, Roger*, 
Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. July 23, 1777, Alithea, dau. of Rev. 
David S. Rowland, of Windsor. Children: — - 

435 — 1. MARY, b. Sept. 15, 1778; m. Sept. 30, 1804, Moses 

Bliss, of Springfield, Mass. 
436 — 2. LUCY, b. Jan. 31, 1780; m. (1st) Jan., 1807, Capt. 

Henry Talcott, of Windsor; (2nd) Dec. 24, 1823, Rev. 

Elijah Waterman, of Bridgeport. 
437—3. HENRY ROWLAND, b. March 22, 1786; d. at sea 

Oct. 12, 1817. 
438—4. WILLIAM FREDERICK, b. June 9, 1788. See 

CXXXVI. 
439 — 5- ELIZABETH, b. Nov. 14, 1790. 

George Wolcott, Esq., was a Representative of the town 
of Windsor in the General Assembly. Removed to Say- 
brook in May, 1804. D. Jan. 31, 1822. Epitaph. 



FIFTH GENERATION 107 

— LXIV— 

CHRISTOPHER 5 WOLCOTT [219] (Alexander*, 
Roger 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) Aug. 1, 1782, Lucy Par- 
sons, who d. March 1, 1804. He m. (2nd) Sept. 26, 1806, 
Amy, dau. of Dea. Daniel Gillett, of Windsor. Children: — 

440 — 1. LAURA, b. May 7, 1783; d. Aug. 23, 1789. 

441—2. ELIZABETH, b. Jan. 20, 1785; d. May 3, 1786. 

442—3. CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS, b. June 9, 1787. See 
CXXXVII. 

443 — 4. LAURA, b. Oct. 3, 1789; m. (1st) July 30, 1807, Ells- 
worth Mather, of Windsor; (2nd) Nov. 12, 18 16, 
Henry Halsey, Esq., of Windsor. Children: 

I. Frederick Ellsworth Mather. 

II. Oliver Wolcott Mather. 

444 — 5. ELIZABETH, b. Jan. 10, 1792; m. Sept. 26, 181 1, 

Warren Marshall, of Windsor. 
445—6. PHILIP, b. May 11, 1794. See CXXXVIII. 

Dr. Christopher Wolcott settled in Windsor as a physician. 
D. April 23, 1821. Epitaph. 



— LXV— 

ALEXANDER 5 WOLCOTT [221] (Alexander 4 , 
Roger 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) settled in Windsor as an attorney, 
m. (1st) Sept., 1785, Frances Burbank, of Springfield, 
Mass., who d. June 17, 1800; (2nd) June 7, 1807, Lucy 
Waldo, of Boston, Mass. Children: — 

446 — 1. FRANCES, b. Aug. 9, 1786; m. (1st) Thomas Homans, 
of Boston, Mass.; (2nd) Arthur W. Magill, of Mid- 
dletown. 



108 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

447—2. HENRY, b. March 6, 1788. See CXXXIX. 
448—3. ALEXANDER, b. Feb. 14, 1790. See CXL. 
449 — 4. MARY ANN, b. Feb. 11, 1792; lived in Middletown; 
d. Sept. 7, 1865. 

Alexander Wolcott d. June 26, 1828. Epitaph. 



— LXVI— 

GUY 5 WOLCOTT [222] (Alexander*, Roger', Simon 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Oct. 5, 1781, Abigail Allyn, of Windsor; she 
was b. Oct. 5, 1765, and d. Feb., 1834. Children:— 

450 — 1. ABIGAIL, b. July 2, 1785; m. Nathan Gillett. 

451—2. GUY, b. Oct. 5, 1787. See CXLI. 

452—3. JAMES, b. Nov. 3, 1789. See CXLII. 

453 — 4. ELIZUR, b. July 7, 1792; m. Esther, dau. of Elihu 
Lewis, of Albany; lived in Thompsonville. 

454—5. FREDERICK, b. Jan. 13, 1795. See CXLIII. 

455 — 6. ANNA, b. May 16, 1797; m. Dr. John Emery, of Swan- 
ton, Ohio. 

456 — 7. ALMIRA, b. May 24, 1799; m. April 24, 1821, George 
Kilborn, of Hudson, Ohio. 

457—8. AMANDA, b. Nov. 15, 1802; d. 1815. 

458 — 9. ELEANOR, b. April 24, 1804; m. April 20, 1826, 
Lucius W. Hitchcock, of Tallmadge, Ohio. 

459—10. GEORGE, b. July 26, 1806. See CXLIV. 

460—11. ALLYN ELLSWORTH, b. March 12, 1809. Attorney 
at law (i860) in Chicago. 

Dea. Guy Wolcott removed to Torrington in 1783. Re- 
moved to Tallmadge, Ohio, in 1822. D. Sept. 2, 1823. 
Epitaph. 



FIFTH GENERATION 109 

— LXVII— 

ERASTUS 5 WOLCOTT [226] (Erastus 4 , Roger 8 , 
Simon 2 ,, Henry 1 ) m. Dec. 27, 1783, Chloe, dau. of Capt. 
Aaron Bissell, of South Windsor. He served as Captain 
in the Revolutionary War; d. Jan. 7, 1797. Epitaph. 
Children : — 

461— i. ERASTUS, b. Oct. 7, 1784; d. Feb. 27, 1812. 

462 — 2. CHLOE, b. April 19, 1786; d. in Rochester, N. Y. 

463 — 3- EDWARD, b. Oct. 12, 1788; commanded a company 
of Connecticut troops at New London in the last war 
with Great Britain; d. Nov. 9, 1832. By the death of 
Col. Edward Wolcott this branch of the family of 
Gen. Erastus Wolcott became extinct in the male line. 

464 — 4. JULIANNA, b. April 19, 1791; m. May 13, 1823, Elihu 
Wolcott (385), of South Windsor. 

465 — 5. HELEN, b. March 9, 1794; m. Sept. 3, 1822, Horace 
Hooker, of Rochester, N. Y. He was b. July 5, 1794; 
d. Nov. 3, 1865. She d. April 4, 1840. Children: 

I. Julia Wolcott Hooker, b. June 11, 1823. 

II. Henry Edward Hooker, b. Sept. 1, 1824. 

III. Frances Hooker, b. Aug. 21, 1826. 

IV. James Wolcott Hooker, b. May 10, 1828; d. April 
18, 1871. 

V. John Chaffee Hooker, b. June 30, 1830; d. Jan. 
10, 1832. 

VI. Charles M. Hooker, b. Nov. 9, 1832. 

VII. Thomas Hooker, b. March 27, 1836; d. July 
31, 1836. 

VIII. Horace B. Hooker, b. Dec. 7, 1837; resides at 
Rochester, N. Y. 



— LXVIII— 

ARODI 5 WOLCOTT [229] (Erastus 4 , Roger 8 , Simon 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Dec., 1789, Ruth, dau. of Richard Pitkin, of 
East Hartford. Lived in South Windsor. Children: 



110 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

466—1. ARODI PITKIN, b. June 14, 1791; d. Dec. 30, 1842. 
By his death the descendants of Judge Erastus Wol- 
cott in the male line became extinct. 

467 — 2. ALMIRA, b. Aug. 13, 1793; d. in South Windsor. 

468—3. MARY, b. April 2, 1797; d. in South Windsor. 

Arodi Wolcott d. May 18, 1805. Epitaph. 



— LXIX— 

ALBERT 5 WOLCOTT [230] (Erastus*, Roger 3 , 
Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. April 26, 1786, Hannah Loomis, of 
South Windsor. He removed to Cleveland, Ohio, where 
he d. Children : — ■ 

469^1. HANNAH, b. May 19, 1786; d. in Cleveland. 

470 — 2. ALBERT, b. Nov. 20, 1787; d. March 24, 1810. 

471—3. CYNTHIA, b. Sept. 15, 1789; m. May 16, 1813, 

William Bliss. 

472 — 4. LAURA, bap. March 3; d. Sept. 30, 1793. 

473 — 5. LAURA, bap. Nov. 2, 1794; d. Dec. 24, 1795. 

474—6. ELIZABETH, bap. Oct. 29, 1797. 



— LXX— 

OLIVER 5 WOLCOTT [232] (Oliver 4 , Roger 3 , Simon 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. June 1, 1785, Elizabeth, only dau. of Capt. John 
Stoughton. She was b. Oct. 27, 1766. Children: — 

475—1. JOHN STOUGHTON, b. Aug. 28, 1787; d. Feb. 4, 

1789. 
476 — 2. OLIVER, b. May 27, 1790; d. July 17, 1791. 





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FIFTH GENERATION 111 

477 — 3. LAURA, b. April 10, 1794; m. Dec. 27, 1810, Col. 
George Gibbs, of Newport, R. I. Children: 

I. George Gibbs, b. July 17, 1815. 

II. Wolcott Gibbs. 

III. Alfred Gibbs. 

478—4. ELIZABETH STOUGHTON, b. Oct. 9, 1795; m. 

July 2, 1813, William Gracie, Esq., of New York City. 
47 9 _ 5 . OLIVER STOUGHTON, b. Jan. 18, 1800. See 

CXLV. 
480—6. JOHN STOUGHTON, b. Dec. 4, 1802; a physician; d. 

Nov. 22, 1843. Epitaph. 
481—7. HENRY, b. Sept. 4, d. Sept. 25, 1805. 

Oliver Wolcott was appointed in 1784 a commissioner to 
adjust and settle the claim of Connecticut against the United 
States. Comptroller of public accounts, 1788-89; auditor, 
1789-91; Comptroller of the U. S. Treasury 1791-95; Secre- 
tary of the Treasury, succeeding Alexander Hamilton, 1795- 
1800; was appointed Judge of the Second Circuit Court in 
1801; later engaged in business; founded Bank of North 
America and was chosen first president 1812-1814; Governor 
of Connecticut 1817-27, being the third of his family in lineal 
succession who attained that honor. Received honorary 
degree of LL. D. from Brown and Princeton in 1799 and 
from Yale in 1819. 

It may be added here, that during the pressing occupa- 
tions of his public life he never forgot his literary tastes, — his 
retentive memory enabling him to recall long passages of the 
British poets, with whom he was specially familiar. The 
office of Governor he sustained for ten years with dignity. 
During this period he became the author of some of the 
ablest papers in the Records of the State. His annual Mes- 
sages to the Legislature, his Veto of the act known as the 
Steamboat Bill, his Plan of Taxation, and his Draft of the 
new Constitution, fully sustained the reputation for ability 
which he had gained in the Cabinet of Washington. 



112 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

After his retirement from public life, he returned to the 
city of New York, and his few remaining years were passed 
there, at the home of his son-in-law, Col. George Gibbs, or 
in its immediate vicinity. He d. June 1, 1833, and his re- 
mains were taken to Litchfield. The monument in the Litch- 
field Cemetery bears the Family Arms. He was the last 
survivor of Washington's Cabinet. 

He has left behind him a valuable collection of manu- 
scripts, — more than fifty folio volumes. They embrace a 
full correspondence with the able political leaders of his 
party, and the public men of that period, — Washington, 
Hamilton, Ames, Cabot, Ellsworth, Pickering, Griswold, 
King, Hillhouse, Hopkinson, Quincy, and others, — gentle- 
men in whose confidence he stood high, and in whose counsels 
he actively participated. Volumes, embracing a portion of 
these papers, have been already published. 

The Common Council of the city of New York, on the 
occasion of his death, unanimously adopted the following 
resolution, June 3, 1833: 

"Resolved, That this Board, entertaining a high respect for the Char- 
acter of the Honorable Oliver Wolcott, late Governor of the State 
of Connecticut, lately deceased, will attend his Funeral ; and that a 
Copy of this Resolution be furnished by the Clerk to the Family of 
the deceased." 

Several portraits of him exist. One is by Colonel Trum- 
bull, and was painted for the Hon. Josiah Quincy, of Boston ; 
was bequeathed by him to Prof. Wolcott Gibbs, of Harvard 
University. Another, painted by Gilbert Stuart, is in the 
Capitol at Hartford; another, painted by R. Earle, is in the 
library of the Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford. A 
later portrait is a crayon sketch, by Rembrandt Peale, of 
much value as a likeness, taken, it is said, while the Governor 
was delivering his Inaugural Address to the Legislature. 
An admirable bust, executed after his death, by Mr. S. V. 
Clevenger, is in the possession of the family. 



FIFTH GENERATION 113 

— LXXI— 

FREDERICK 5 WOLCOTT [235] (Oliver*, Roger 3 , 
Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) Oct. 12, 1800, Betsey, dau. of 
Col. Joshua Huntington, of Norwich, Conn. She was b. 
Nov. 8, 1774, and d. April 2, 1812; (2nd) June 21, 1815, 
Mrs. Sally Worthington Cooke, dau. of Rev. Samuel Good- 
rich, of Berlin. She was b. Aug. 7, 1784, and d. Sept. 14, 
1842. Children:— 

482—1. MARY ANN GOODRICH, b. Aug. 9, 1801; m. May 
22, 1827, Asa Whitehead, Esq., of Newark, N. J. 

483—2. HANNAH HUNTINGTON, b. Jan. 14, 1803; m. 
April 21, 1834, Rev. Frederick Freeman, of Sand- 
wich, Mass. 

484—3. JOSHUA HUNTINGTON, b. Aug. 29, 1804. See 
CXLVI. 

485—4. ELIZABETH, b. March 6, 1806; m. May 23, 1827, 
John P. Jackson, Esq., of Newark, N. J. She d. 
Oct. 15, 1875. Epitaph. Children: 

I. Laura Wolcott Jackson, b. May 5, 1828; m. Charles 
Henry Parker, of Boston, Mass. ; d. Jan. 9, 1901. 

II. Mary Elizabeth Jackson, b. Nov. 13, 1829; m. Nov. 
14, 1849, Thomas Charlton Henry, of Philadelphia, Pa. 
He was b. Apr. 20, 1828, and d. Aug. 31, 1890. She d. 
May 7, 1885. Children: 

i. Alexander Henry, b. Dec. 29, 1850; m. May 12, 
1875, Caroline Rosa Bayard. Children: 

i. Adeline McKean Henry, b. May 7, 1878; m. 
May 27, 1907, Albert N. Baggs. 

Their son, Henry McKean Baggs, b. Nov. 27, 
1908. 

ii. Alexander Henry, b. Aug. 21, 1885; m. Oct. 
21, 1911, Virginia Whipple Hanson. 

ii. Charles Wolcott Henry, b. Apr. 13, 1852; m. 
Nov. 18, 1885, Sallie B. Houston ; d. Nov. 23, 1903. 
Children : 



114 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

i. T. Charlton Henry, b. Mar. 25, 1887; m. 
Nov. 29, 1910, Julia Biddle. 
ii. Gertrude Houston Henry, b. Sept. 2, 1891. 
iii. Elizabeth Wolcott Henry, b. Aug. 28, 1894. 

iii. James Bayard Henry, b. Jan. 15, 1857; m. (1st) 
Oct. 18, 1881, Mary E. McCorkle; (2nd) Oct. 9, 
1888, Jane I. Robeson. An attorney at law at Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Children: 

i. Howard Houston Henry, b. July 19, 1882; m. 
June 23, 1904, Mae Drexel Fell. 

Their dau., Sarah Drexel Henry, b. 1905. 

ii. Caroline M. Henry, b. Feb. 20, 1884 ; m. Oct. 
12, 1909, Isaac Warner Roberts. Children: 

i. Algernon Roberts, b. Oct. 3, 1910. 

ii. Bayard Henry Roberts, b. Feb. 3, 1912. 

iii. Snowden Henry, b. Jan. 17, 1896. 

iv. John Jackson Henry, b. Sept. 28, 1859; m. Nov. 
3, 1885, Clara Reeves. Children: 

i. Emily Reeves Henry, b. Mar. 12, 1888; m. 
June 9, 1908, William Coleman Freeman. 

Their dau., Isabel Coleman Freeman, b. Jan. 
17, 1911. 

ii. Charles Wolcott Henry, b. Sept. 24, 1889. 

iii. D. Reeves Henry, b. July 7, 1892. 

iv. James Bayard Henry, b. Mar. 13, 1894. 

v. Elizabeth Wolcott Henry, b. Apr. 6, 1863; m. 
Feb. 16, 1887, Lewis Wynne Wister. Child: 

Lewis Casper Wister, b. Feb. 24, 1888; m. Oct. 
2, 1909, Mary Carpenter Lloyd. 

Their son, Casper Wister, b. Aug. 12, 1910. 

III. Julia Huntington Jackson, b. July 5, 1831 ; d. 
April 8, 1905, unm. 

IV. Frederick Wolcott Jackson, b. Aug. 24, 1833; m. 
Oct. 12, 1859, Nannie Jane Nye, dau. of Ezra Nye, of 
New York. She was b. Aug. 5, 1835, and d. Mar. 10, 
1905. He d. June 14, 1904. Children: 



FIFTH GENERATION 115 

i. Philip Nye Jackson, b. Sept. 1, 1860; m. Nov. 5, 
1884, Margaret Atlee; d. Mar. 3, 1911. Children: 

i. Nannie Nye Jackson, b. Aug. 11, 1885; m. 
Oct. 28, 1905, Washington Lewis Stevens, 
ii. Edith Atlee Jackson, b. Oct. 6, 1886; m. Nov. 
1, 1905, Thatcher Magoon Adams. 

Their son, Thatcher Magoon Adams, b. Sept. 

11, 1911. 
iii. Frederick Wolcott Jackson, b. Feb. 21, 1888. 
iv. Margaret Atlee Jackson, b. Nov. 11, 1890; 
m. Jan. 23, 1910, William Agnew Paton. 
v. Philip Nye Jackson, b. May 15, 1898. 
vi. Schuyler Brinckerhoff Jackson, b. Aug. 18, 
1900. 

ii. John Brinckerhoff Jackson, b. Aug. 18, 1862; m. 
Apr. 25, 1886, Florence A. Baird. Child : 

Florence Jackson, b. Mar. 7, d. Apr. 10, 1887. 

iii. William Fessenden Jackson, b. Nov. 22, 1864. 
iv. Frederick Wolcott Jackson, b. June 1, 1867; m. 
June 27, 1894, Louise Gindrat Arnold, dau. of Thomas 
C. and Elizabeth Screven Gindrat. Children : 

i. Elizabeth Screven Jackson, b. Sept. 12, 1895. 
ii. Frederick Huntington Wolcott Jackson, b. 
Sept. 25, 1897. 

iii. Louise Arnold Jackson, b. May 27, 1902. 
iv. Nannie Nye Jackson, b. Sept. 9, 1904. 

v. Charles Huntington Jackson, b. Nov. 29, 1869 ; 
d. June 5, 1911. 

vi. Elizabeth Wolcott Jackson, b. Jan. 23, 1872. 
vii. Nina Fessenden Jackson, b. June 11, 1874; m. 
Apr. 19, 1900, Neilson Abeel. He d. May 18, 1907. 
Children : 

i. Nancy Fessenden Abeel, b. Mar. 11, 1901; 

d. Feb. 1, 1902. 

ii. Neilson Abeel, b. Oct. 29, 1902. 

iii. Elizabctb Wolcott Abeel, b. Aug. 23, 1904. 

iv. Margaret Hall Abeel. b. Feb. 3, 1906. 

viii. Oliver Wolcott Jackson, b. Sept. 9, 1876; m. 
Apr. 6, 1904, Adele P. Carpenter. Children: 



116 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

i. Frances Adele Jackson, b. Jan. 5, 1906. 

ii. Lorraine Wolcott Jackson, b. Dec. 31, 1907. 

iii. Martha Nye Jackson, b. Aug. 22, 1910. 

ix. Martha Nye Jackson, b. Nov. 7, 1878; m. Oct. 
12, 1906, Lewis Stewart. He d. Mar. 3, 1908. Child : 
Francesca Lewis Stewart, b. Dec. 17, 1907. 

V. Joseph Cooke Jackson, b. Aug. 5, 1835, at Newark, 
N. J. ; m. Oct. 12, 1864, Katharine Perkins Day, dau. of 
Calvin and Catherine (Seymour) Day, of Hartford, 
Conn. She was b. Feb. 24, 1837. Resides at New York 
City. Children : 

i. Joseph Cooke Jackson, b. Aug. 20, 1865, at Hart- 
ford, Conn. ; m. June 14, 1900, Mabel Goodsell, dau. 
of James H. and Lelia A. (Peck) Goodsell, of East 
Orange, N. J. 

Their son, Joseph Hamilton Goodsell Jackson, b. 
June 15, 1901, at East Orange, N. J. 

ii. John Day Jackson, b. Sept. 23, 1868, at Hart- 
ford, Conn. ; m. July 28, 1909, Rose Marie Herrick, 
dau. of John W. and Anne (Taylor) Herrick, of 
Elgin, 111. Children, b. at New Haven, Conn. : 

i. Richard Seymour Jackson, b. Aug. 28, 1910. 
ii. John Herrick Jackson, b. Jan. 8, 1912. 

iii. Katharine Seymour Jackson, b. Oct. 21, 1871, at 
New York City; m. Dec. 4, 1909, Percy Hamilton 
Goodsell, son of James H. and Lelia (Peck) Good- 
sell, of East Orange, N. J. 

Their son, Percy Hamilton Goodsell, Jr., b. Sept. 
24, 1910, at Hartford, Conn. 

iv. Elizabeth Huntington Wolcott Jackson, b. Sept. 
1, 1875, at Quogue, N. Y. ; m. Oct. 20, 1909, Martin 
Sheelar Watts, son of James H. and Mary (Sheelar) 
Watts, of Baltimore, Md. Children, b. at New York 
City: 

i. Martin Seymour Huntington Watts, b. Dec. 

26, 1910. 

ii. Schuyler Wolcott Jackson Watts, b. Jan. 25, 

1912. 

VI. John Peter Jackson, b. Feb. 6, 1837 ; m. 1868, Clara 
Catlin Gregory; d. Dec. 17, 1880. Speaker of the New 
Jersey Legislature. Children : 



FIFTH GENERATION 117 

i. Eliza Gregory Jackson, b. July 2, 1869; m. Feb., 

1903, Deming Jarves. Resides at Val Fleuri, Dinard, 

France. 

ii. Laura Wolcott Jackson, b. 1870; m. March 6, 

1909, Count Wilhelm A. F. Ekengren. Resides at 

Washington, D. C. Child : 

Elsie Helen Augusta Ekengren, b. Apr. 26, 1910. 

iii. Eliot Gregory Jackson, b. July 2, 1872; m. 1903, 
Margaret Bray. Resides at San Francisco, Cal. 
iv. John Parker Jackson, b. May 18, 1878. 
v. Huntington Wolcott Jackson, b. Apr. 17, 1880; 
m. Feb. 18, 1909, Shelby Converse, dau. of Admiral 
Converse. Resides at Washington, D. C. 

VII. Hannah Wolcott Jackson, b. Apr. 21, 1839; d. 
unm. Aug. 24, 1904. 

VIII. Huntington Wolcott Jackson, b. Jan. 21, 1841; 
d. Jan. 3, 1901, unm. 

Col. Jackson entered the army as a Lieutenant Sept. 6, 1862, and 
was soon known as a brave and fearless soldier, of whom a memorial 
by the Commandery of the State of Illinois Military Order of the 
Loyal Legion of the United States, speaks as follows : "Col. Jackson 
took part with his command in the Maryland campaign of the Army 
of the Potomac and was present at the fierce and destructive battle of 
Antietam on the 16th and 17th of September, 1862, where he received 
special mention for gallantry and good conduct. * * * He took 
part in the second battle of Fredericksburg where he rendered most 
gallant and distinguished service. * * * He was afterwards 
wounded in the battle of Kenesaw Mt. in Georgia. * * * The 
bravery of Col. Jackson was highly commended by his superior officers 
and was the subject of general remark by all who witnessed it. * * * 
Col Jackson was present at every battle during the entire Atlanta cam- 
paign." He was a man of solid character, high aims, public spirit, 
loveable nature and broad intellectual acquirements. After the war he 
practiced law at Chicago. 

IX. Charles Henry Jackson, b. May 28, 1843; d. Feb. 
14, 1844. 

X. Henry Griswold Jackson, b. Mar. 13, 1845; d. Mar. 

28, 1846. ' 

XL Schuyler Brinckerhoff Jackson, b. June 16, 1849; 
m. Feb. 27, 1889, Angela Forbes, of San Francisco, Cal. 
An attorney at law at Newark, N. J. 



118 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

486—5. FREDERICK HENRY, b. Aug. 19, 1808. See 

CXLVIL 
487—6. LAURA MARIA, b. Aug. 14, 181 1; m. March 3, 1831, 

Robert G. Rankin, Esq., of New York City. Children: 

I . Frederick Wolcott Rankin. 
II. Francis Huntington Rankin. 

488—7. CHARLES MOSELEY, b. Nov. 20, 1816. See 

CXLVIII. 
489—8. CHAUNCEY GOODRICH, b. March 15, 1819; d. 

Oct. 28, 1820. 
490—9. HENRY GRISWOLD, b. Nov. 4, 1820; d. May 8, 

1852. Epitaph. 
491—10. MARY FRANCES, b. July 9, 1823; m. Feb. 4, 1845, 

Theodore Frothingham, of Boston. 

Their son, Theodore Frothingham. 

Soon after leaving College Frederick Wolcott entered 
upon the study of the Law, but was prevented by ill-health 
from engaging in its practice. He was appointed Clerk of 
the Court of Common Pleas in 1793, and in 1798 Clerk of 
the Superior Court of Litchfield County, then first estab- 
lished. These offices he held until 1836, and on his resigna- 
tion the County Court issued a special order, expressing 
"their most unqualified approbation of the fidelity, integrity, 
and courtesy with which he has performed the various duties 
of the office." In 1796, he was also appointed Judge of Pro- 
bate of the District, which last post he retained till his death. 
He was a Representative of the Town in the General As- 
sembly, and in 1808 he was chosen one of the Presidential 
Electors. He was elected a member of the State Senate in 
1810, and annually thereafter until 1823. During the last 
six years of his service as Senator, he was one of the Fellows 
of Yale College, — his brother, as Governor of the State, 
being at the same time a member of the Board. D. May 28, 
1837, at Litchfield. Epitaph. Monument in Litchfield 
Cemetery bears the arms of Wolcott Family. 



SIXTH GENERATION 

— LXXII— 

BENJAMIN 6 WOLCOTT [239] (John 5 , John*, John 3 , 
Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Abi Pinney; lived in South Windsor. 
Children : — 

492 — 1. MIRIAM, b. Aug. 26, 1766; d. May 29, 1773. 

493 — 2. CAROLINE, b. Aug. 29, 1769; d. 1797. 

494 — 3. ELEANOR, b. Dec. 18, 1770; d. 1797. 

495—4. TALCOTT, b. Oct. 1, 1772. See CXLIX. 

496 — 5. CHESTER, b. Jan. 23, 1775. See CL. 

497 — 6. ELEANOR, b. Nov. 2, 1776; d. young. 

498—7. BENJAMIN, b. Dec. 15, 1778. See CLI. 

499 — 8. CLARISSA, b. June 16, 1781; d. Jan. 13, 1799. 

500 — 9. JAMES, b. June 23, 1784. See CLII. 

501 — 10. JOHN, b. July 23, 1786; d. May 21, 1787. 



— LXXIII— 

SAMUEL 6 WOLCOTT [241] (Samuel 5 , Samuel*, 
SamueV', Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) May 10, 1762, 
Prudence, dau. of Thomas Robbins, of Newington. She d. 
Apr. 19, 1802, aged 57. (2nd) 1807, Mrs. Elizabeth (Hin- 
man) Beach, who d. June 24, 1824, aged 57. Maj. Samuel 
Wolcott emigrated to Sandisfield, Mass., in 1764; served in 
the Revolutionary War; d. Aug. 24, 1824. Epitaph. 
Children : — 

502 — 1. PRUDENCE, b. Apr. 20, 1763; m. John Baxter, of 

Sandisfield. 
503—2. SAMUEL, b. Apr. 19, 1765. See CLIII. 



120 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



504 — 3. MARY, b. May 20, 1767; m. John Parsons, of Wind- 
ham, N. Y. 

505—4. THOMAS, b. June 19, 1769. See CLIV. 

506—5. ABIATHAR, b. Mar. 13, 1772. See CLV. 

507—6. WILLIAM, b. June 13, 1774. See CLVI. 

508 — 7. ABIGAIL, b. Dec. 22, 1781; m. Aug. 24, 1801, John 
Chapel, of Avon, N. Y. 



— LXXIV— 

WYATT 6 WOLCOTT [243] (Samuel*, Samuel*, 
Samuel^, Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 1764, Desire Saxton; settled 
in Spencertown, N. Y., about 1782; d. July 28, 1821, in 
Austerlitz, N. Y. His wife b. May 12, 1748; d. Jan. 23, 1816. 
Children : — 



509—1 
510—2 

5ii— 3 

5 12 — 4 

513—5 
514—6 

515—7 
516-8 

517—9 



ERASTUS, b. Jan. 1, 1767. See CLVII. 

FANNY, b. April 17, 1768; m. May 20, 1792, Samuel 

Osborn, of Austerlitz. 
SAMUEL, b. Dec. 27, 1769; lived in Alabama, N. Y. 
OLIVER, b. Nov. 5, 1772. See CLVIII. 
JAMES, b. Jan. 18, 1775. See CLIX. 
JOHN SAXTON, b. Dec. 21, 1777. See CLX. 
MARTIN, b. June, 1780; d. Oct. 18, 1795. 
CHESTER, b. April 20, 1782. See CLXI. 
RHODA, b. Mar. 16, 1786. 



— LXXV— 

SOLOMON 6 WOLCOTT [245] (Samuel*, Samuel*, 
Samuel^, Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Sarah, dau. of Joseph Wells, 
of Wethersfield ; lived in Wethersfield ; d. Jan. 2, 1811. 
Epitaph. She d. Apr. 3, 1805. Epitaph. Children: — 



SIXTH GENERATION 121 

518— i. SARAH, bap. 1769; d. Nov. 28, 1801. 

519 — 2. MARY, m. Sept. 19, 1793, Samuel Gordon Montague, 

of Wethersfield. 
520 — 3. SOLOMON, bap. Apr. 16, 1775; d. 1796. 
521—4. MEHITABLE, bap. May 19, 1776; m. April 15, 1798, 

Hosea Blinn, son of Hosea and Ruth (Smith) Blinn. 

He was b. July 4, 1776, and d. June 15, 1819. She 

d. Nov. 22, 1852. 

Their dau., Sarah Wells Blinn, b. Feb. 24, 1810; m. Dec. 

4, 1838, William Allen Churchill, son of Joseph and Anna 

Allen (Judd) Churchill, of Newington, Conn. He was 

b. May 10, 1810, and d. May 28, 1874. 

Their son, Frederick Hosea Churchill, b. Mar. 27, 
1848; m. Nov. 5, 1874, Annie Louise Smith, dau. of 
William H., and Lucinda (Hart) Smith. See VII. 

522—5. ROGER, b. Mar. 13, 1778. See CLXII. 

523 — 6. ABIGAIL, bap. June 16, 1782; m. May 15, 1803, 

Nathaniel Wolcott (536). 
524—7. LEVI, \ twins, /m. Mary Strong, of 

> b. Dec. 20, 1785; (East Hartford, Conn. 
525—8. SYLVESTER,) bap. Nov. 25, i787\See CLXIII. 



— LXXVI— 

ROGER 6 WOLCOTT [247] (Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 , 
Samuel", Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) 1775, Mary Slater; 
(2nd) March 9, 1800, Esther Wilson; lived in Walpole, 
N. H. His second wife b. Nov. 21, 1765. He d. April 1, 
1828. Children:— 

526—1. MARY, b. Oct. 24, 1801; m. Jan. 1, 1822, Ebenezer 

Willington, Jr., of Swansea, N. H. 
527—2. ESTHER, b. Sept. 18, 1803; m. Feb. 8, 1824, Increase 

S. Guild, of Walpole, N. H. 



122 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

528—3. CLARISSA, b. Dec. 6, 1805. Lived (1849) in Walpole. 

529— 4. ELIJAH, ) . , T ( d. in infancy. 

J \ twins, b. Jan. 20, 1829 \ J 

530—5. ELISHA, ) ( cl. in infancy. 

531 — 6. ALCENA, b. June 16, 1810; m. Nov. 17, 1836, John 

Eames, of Orford, N. H. 



— LXXVII— 

NATHANIEL 6 WOLCOTT [248] (Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 , 
Samuel*, Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) Dorothy Evans ; (2nd) 
Apr. 15, 1798, Abigail Goodrich; d. July 27, 1810. His 
widow d. Dec. 24, 1831. Children: — 

532 — 1. RHODA, bap. July 6, 1776; m. Bernard Smith, of 

Freedom, N. H. 
533 — 2 - ELIZABETH, bap. July 6, 1777; m. Feb. 4, 1800, 

David Canfield. 
534—3. SIMEON, bap. March 19, 1780. See CLXIV. 
535—4. CLARISSA, bap. May 26, 1782; m. Henry Whitney. 
536—5. NATHANIEL, b. March 8, 1784. See CLXV. 
537 — 6. MARY, m. Gideon Smith. 



— LXXVIII— 

WILLIAM 6 WOLCOTT [251] (Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 , 
Samuel 2 ", Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) June 14, 1780, Rebecca 
Goodrich, who d. Apr. 18, 1788; (2nd) March 18, 1790, 
Huldah Wells. He lived in Wethersfield. D. March 11, 
1841. Epitaph. Children: — 

538—1. WILLIAM, b. March 17, 1781. See CLXVI. 
539—2. HENRY, b. Oct. 1, 1782. See CLXVII. 



540— 3 
541—4 
542—5 
543—6 

544—7 



SIXTH GENERATION 123 

OLIVER, b. Aug. 17, 1784. See CLXVIII. 
SAMUEL, b. June 19, d. Oct 4, 1786. 
HULDAH, b. Feb. 2, 1791. 
HORACE, b. April 6, 1793. See CLXIX. 
REBECCA, b. Nov. 10, 1795; d. Dec. 13, 1800. 



— LXXIX— 

GERSHOM 6 WOLCOTT [252] (Elisha 5 , Samuel*, 
Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Oct. 10, 1774, Rhoda 
Robbins; lived in Wethersfield ; d. Nov. 29, 1782. Epitaph. 
She d. Oct. 20, 1795. Children:— 

545—1. GERSHOM NOTT, b. Feb. 13, 1776. See CLXX. 

546—2. JOHN, b. May 2, 1777. See CLXXI. 

547—3. SARAH WATERHOUSE, b. Nov. 27, 1779; m. Sept. 

5, 1797, William Hart. 
548—4. RHODA, b. May 9, 1782; m. Aug., 1802, Selah 

Webster. 



— LXXX— 

ELISHA 6 WOLCOTT [254] (Elisha 5 , Samuel 4 , 
Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Jan. 19, 1775, his cousin, 
Mary Wells, who was b. 1756, and d. Oct. 6, 1828. He d. 
Jan. 17, 1827, at Wethersfield, Conn. Epitaph. Children: — 

549—1- SAMUEL, b. July 29, 1775. See CLXXII. 

550—2. HORATIO GATES, b. Sept. 13, 1777; d. Sept. 18, 

1778. 
551 — 3. MARY, b. Aug. 24, 1779; m. Jan. 22, 1799, Thomas 

Griswold. 



124 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

552—4. MEHITABLE, b. April 3, 1782, at Wethersfield, 
Conn.; m. (1st) 1802, at Wethersfield, Conn., Asa 
Sellew, son of Dea. John Sellew, of Glastonbury, 
Conn. He d. May 11, 1826. (2nd) 1829, Elisha 
Robinson, of New York State. Children: 

I. John Sellew. 

II. Elisha Wolcott Sellew, b. Feb. 14, 1806; m. 
Elizabeth Towne. 

III. Marie Sellew, m. Dr. Sylvester Wilder. 

IV. Chauncey Butler Sellew, m. Harriet Catlin. 

553 — 5- HANNAH, b. March 25, 1787; m. Aug. 30, 1804, Dea. 
William Willard. He was b. Nov. 21, 1783, and d. 
March 8, 1832. She d. Nov. 14, 1864. Children: 

I. John Franklin Willard, b. June 18, 1805. 

II. Hannah Willard, b. Aug. 13, 1807; d. Nov. 4, 1816. 

III. Mary Willard, b. Apr. 12, 1809; d. July 12, 1842. 

IV. Daniel Willard, b. July 5, 1812; d. Oct. 2, 1813. 

V. Julia Ann Willard, b. Dec. 11, 1815; m. Oct. 10, 
1843, Chauncey Adams, son of William and Mary Wells 
Adams, who was b. Nov. 6, 1808, and d. June, 1883. She 
d. March 14, 1871. 

Their son, C. Eugene Adams, b. Aug. 15, 1844, at 
Wethersfield, Conn.; m. Dec. 22, 1869, Alice S. 
Bailey, of Wethersfield, Conn. Resides at Wethers- 
field. Children : 

i. Lena Maud Adams, b. Sept. 24, 1870, at 

Wethersfield, Conn. ; m. Sept. 3, 1904, John 

Prentice Rand, M. D., of Worcester, Mass., where 

they reside. 

ii. Etta May Adams, b. Mar. 16, 1872. 

iii. Harriet Julia Adams, b. Mar. 22, 1874. 

iv. Clarence Willard Adams, b. Nov. 24, d. Nov. 

27, 1877. 

v. Alice Lockwood Adams, b. May 25, 1879. 

vi. Willard Carleton Adams, b. Feb. 28, 1884. 

vii. Jessie Eugenia Adams, b. Apr. 17, 1885. 



SIXTH GENERATION 



US 



554—6- 

555—7- 
556-8. 

557—9- 

558—10- 
559—n- 



ELISHA, b. March 25, 1787. See CLXXIII. 
DANIEL, b. Jan. 29, 1790. See CLXXIV. 
SARAH NOTT, b. Apr. 2, 1793; d. unm. Aug. 22, 1847. 
CHAUNCEY APPLETON, b. July 12, 1795. See 

CLXXV. 
HORATIO, b. July 7, 1798; d. Apr. 30, 1799. 

FRANKLIN WATERHOUSE, b. Sept. 12, d. Nov. 
12, 1800. 



— LXXXI— 

JOSIAH 6 WOLCOTT [257] (Josiah 5 , Samuel, 
Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) May 13, 1779, Lydia, 
dau. of Rev. Daniel Russell, of Rocky Hill; she d. April 17, 
1805; (2nd) Feb. 16, 1806, Mrs. Nancy, widow of Dr. 
Joseph Higgins, of Rocky Hill, and dau. of Capt. Israel 
Williams; (3rd) Mrs. Elizabeth Brown, of Warren, Ohio. 
He served with his brother Theodore in the Revolutionary 
War. Removed to Bristol in 1792; and to Farmington, 
Ohio, in 1807. D. Jan. 17, 1838. Epitaph. Children:— 



560—1 
561—2 

562—3 
563—4 

564—5 
565-6 
566—7 
567-8 

568-9 



CATHARINE, b. March 5, 1780; m. Nov. 25, 1802, 
Chauncy Hooker, of Farmington, Conn. 

DANIEL RUSSELL, b. March 16, 1782. See 
CLXXVI. 

HORACE, b. Nov. 17, 1784. See CLXXVII. 
SUSANNA, b. March 26, 1787; m. July 1, 181 1, 

Joshua P. Danforth, of Farmington, Ohio. 
MARY, b. Oct. 1, 1789; d. Sept. 2, 1808. 
JOSIAH WILLIS, b. Jan. 26, 1793. See CLXXVIII. 
ERASTUS, b. May 2, 1795. See CLXXIX. 

EDMUND PINKNEY, b. Nov. 17, 1800. See 
CLXXX. 

LYDIA RUSSELL, b. Feb. 24, 1807; m. Sept., 1827, 
Elbert Cowles, of Austinburg, Ohio. 



126 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

569—10. CAROLINE, b. Sept. 12, 1808; m. Nov. 6, 1828, 

George L. Holmes, of Farmington. 
570—11. CHARLOTTE, b. July 17, 1812; m. Oct. 26, 1836, 

William Smith, of Farmington. Children: 

I. Coresta Smith, b. Aug. 11, 1837. 

II. Theresa S. Smith, b. Nov. 11, 1841; d. Aug. 
31, 1846. 

III. Sidney W. Smith, b. Apr. 26, 1844 ; d. June 4, 1895. 

571—12. NANCY WILLIAMS, b. July 12, 1830. 



— LXXXII— 

THEODORE 6 WOLCOTT [260] (Josiah 5 , Samuel*, 
Samuel 3 ; Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Feb., 1784, Rhoda, dau. of 
Roger Goodrich, of Farmington; she was b. Oct. 13, 1763. 
He removed to Farmington, Ohio, in 1814. D. June 2, 1837. 
Epitaph. Children : — 

572—1. LEWIS, b. Aug. 21, 1785. See CLXXXI. 

573—2- JOSIAH, b. Aug. 25, 1787. See CLXXXII. 

574 — 3. JOHN, b. Sept. 26, 1790; d. July 21, 1792. 

575—4- JOHN, b. Feb. 26, 1793. See CLXXXIII. 

576—5. WILLIAM, b. May 21, 1795. See CLXXXIV. 

577 — 6. NANCY, b. July 9, 1797; m. Aug. 22, 1816, Silas 

Higgins, of Farmington. 
578—7. NEWTON, b. Nov. 17, 1799. See CLXXXV. 
579 _8. CHESTER GOODRICH, b. Dec. 19, 1803. See 

CLXXXVI. 
580—9. EMILY FATIMA, b. July 10, 1809; m. Aug. 8, 1829, 

David Belden, Jr. 
581 — 10. SUSAN, b. July 30, 181 1; m. April 7, 1829, Asahel A. 

Goff, of Farmington. 



SIXTH GENERATION 127 

— LXXXIII— 

JOHN 6 WOLCOTT [261] (Josiah 5 , John*, Josiah?, 
Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. — ; d. Sept. 28, 1825. Child:— 

582—1. HORACE, b. April 1, 1804, at Windham, N. Y. See 
CLXXXVII. 



— LXXXIV— 

EDWARD KITCHEN 6 WOLCOTT [262] (Josiah 5 , 
John*, Josiah 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Hannah Sewall, of 
Brookline, Mass.; lived in Brookline and d. Sept. 11, 1815. 
Children : — 

583 — 1. ANN, b. Dec. 4, 1777; m. Dec. 6, 1801, Philip Ridgway, 

of Boston. 
584—2. ELIZABETH, bap. March 26, 1780; m. Dec. 7, 1809, 

John F. Barber, of Boston. 
585—3. HENRY SEWALL, bap. June 16, 1782; d. young. 
586—4. HANNAH SEWALL, bap. April 17, 1785; m. April 

30, 1814, John Folsom, of Boston. 
587 — 5. REBECCA, bap. Dec. 20, 1789; m. Edward Adams, of 

Medford. 
588—6. SAMUEL, bap. Oct. 6, 1793; m. Mary Mitchell. 



— LXXXV— 

JOSHUA 6 WOLCOTT [269] (Josiah 5 , John\ Josiah 3 , 
Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Oct. 15, 1799, Mary, dau. of Rev. 
Jonathan Eames; lived in Orford, N. H.; d. Jan. 19, 1842. 
Children : — 



128 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



589—1 
590—2 

591—3 

592—4 
593—5 
594—6 

595—7 
596-8 

597—9 
598—10 



JOSIAH EAMES, b. Dec. i, 1800; d. Sept. 13, 1834. 
MARINDA, b. June 14, 1802; d. Aug. 31, 1803. 
OLIVER CAMPBELL, b. March 17, 1804. See 

CLXXXVIII. 
JOSHUA, b. Jan. 17, 1806; d. 1848. 
ELIZABETH, b. Feb. 5, 1808; d. Jan. 28, 1826. 
HENRY CAMPBELL, b. Oct. 28, 1809; d. Nov. 13, 

1828. 
ABIGAIL, b. Aug. 19, 181 1; d. July 27, 1826. 
EDWARD KITCHEN, b. July 18, 1813. 
MARY, b. Nov. 3, 1816. 
AUGUSTUS FAIRFIELD, b. Aug. 8, 1820. 



— LXXXVI— 

JOSEPH 6 WOLCOTT [273] (Justus*, George 4 , 
George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Ruth — ; d. 1845. Children: — 



599—1- 


RUTH, m. Edward Saxton. 




600 — 2. 


NATHANIEL, b. June 3, 1787. 


See CLXXXIX 


601—3. 


HENRY. 




602 — 4. 


JUSTUS. 




603—5- 


SABIAH. 




604 — 6. 


ALANSON. 




605—7. 


DAVID. 





— LXXXVII— 

JUSTUS 6 WOLCOTT [275] (Justus 5 , George 4 , 
George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Dec. 12, 1785, Rosetta 
Squires. Children: — 

606—1. HARRIET, b. May 18, d. June 12, 1786. 
607 — 2. LAVINIA, b. June 5, 1789. 



SIXTH GENERATION 



129 



608—3 
609 — 4 
610—5 
611 — 6 
612 — 7 
613-8 



HARRIET, b. July 17,1791. 

ERASTUS, b. Aug. 18, 1793; d. Oct. 27, 1800. 

SHELDON, b. Feb. 7, 1796. 

CELESTIA, b. Sept. 25, 1798. 

ERASTUS, b. April 5, 1801. 

CHESTER JEFFERSON, b. Aug. 18, 1803. 



— LXXXVIII— 

NORMAN 6 WOLCOTT [277] (Justus*, George*, 
George^, George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Sarah Cook, b. Dec. 29, 
1776; d. March 20, 1873. He d. Sept. 18, 1859. Children:— 



614 — 1 
615—2 
616—3 
617—4 
618-5 
619 — 6 



CALEB. 

HANNAH. 

EDIFY. 

CELESTIA. 

JONATHAN COOK, b. Mar. 30, 1804. See CXC. 

EUNICE, b. April 9, 1798, near Corning, N. Y.; m. 
1818, William Brown. She d. Nov. 16, 1859, at 
Thurston, Steuben County, N. Y. Child: 

Aaron Brown, b. May 9, 1822, at Urbana, N. Y. 



LXXXIX— 



CHARLES 6 WOLCOTT [278] (Justus*, George 4 , 
George^, George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) June 13, 1793, Lydia 
Keeler, of Painted Post, N. Y., who d. March 11, 1816; 
(2nd) Mrs. Elizabeth Thurber. He held a Captain's Com- 
mission. D. Nov. 18, 1858. She d. June 25, 1851, aged 88 
years. Children : — 



130 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



620 — 1 
621 — 2 
622 — 3 
623—4 
624—5 
625—6 
626 — 7 



CHARLES, b. Nov. 19, 1795. See CXCI. 
SAMUEL KEELER, b. Aug. 24, 1800. See CXCII. 
NELSON, b. Aug. 28, 1802. See CXCIII. 
FREDERICK, b. June 27, 1806. See CXCIV. 
SUSANNA, b. July 1, 1810; m. Salter Steel. 
JAMES, b. Dec. 30, 1813. 
IRA, b. Jan. 21, 1816. 



— XC— 

ROGER 6 WOLCOTT [279] (Justus*, George 4 , 
George 8 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Jan. 10, 1792, Elizabeth, 
dau. of Hezekiah Bosworth, of Williamstown, Mass.; lived 
at Painted Post, N. Y. ; served in the last war with Great 
Britain. Children : — 

627 — 1. MARY, b. Oct. 10, 1792; m. June 26, 181 1, William 

Reynolds, of Philadelphia. 
628—2. CYNTHIA, b. July 31, 1798; m. 1818, Samuel Lane. 
629 — 3. PAULINA, b. Nov. 4, 1800; m. David Knapp. 
630—4. JAMES HARVEY, b. July 15, 1802. See CXCV. 
631—5. ELIZABETH BOSWORTH, b. May 2, 1804; m. Feb. 

8, 1828, Henry Lyon, of Catharine, N. Y. 



— XCI— 

JOHN 6 WOLCOTT [282] (Justus 5 , George 4 , George 3 , 
George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Dec. 14, 1806, Harriet, dau. of 
Eliakim Jones, of Painted Post, N. Y. She was b. March 
10, 1789, and d. May 17, 1838. He lived in Corning, N. Y. ; 
d. April 29, 1864. Children:— 



632—1. PHINEAS BRADLEY, b. Sept. 10, 1807; d. Oct. 20, 
1829. 



SIXTH GENERATION 131 

6 33 _ 2 . WILLIAM ALFRED, b. May 28, 1809; d. Jan., 1838. 
634—3. AUGUSTA MARIA, b. Jan. 30, 181 1 ; d. Sept. 10, 1812. 
635—4. AUGUSTUS, b. Sept. 10, 1814; d. Feb. 12, 1835. 
636—5. HORACE DOUGLAS, b. April 10, 1817. 
637—6. IRVING GILLIS, b. Oct. 25, 1819. 
638—7. EDWIN JONES, b. June 20, 182 1. See CXCVI. 
639—8. GEORGE HENRY, b. July 2, 1823. See CXCVII. 
640—9. MARIA AUGUSTA, b. Aug. 9, 1825; m. Oct., 1844, 

Barzillai Buckley, of Havana, N. Y. 
641—10. MARY SYDNA ANN, b. Nov. 24, 1827; m. April 12, 

1848, Horatio M. Sturtevant, of Painted Post, N. Y. 



— XCII— 

DAVID 6 WOLCOTT [283] (Justus 5 , George*, 
George*, George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Oct. 10, 1816, Eliza, dau. of 
John Mulhollan; lived in Erwin, N. Y.; d. Nov. 16, 1854. 
Children : — 

642—1. LORENZO SCOTT. See CXCVIII. 
643—2. HUGH ERWIN. 

644—3. DAVID FERDINAND, m. Jan. 21, 1849, Elizabeth, 
dau. of Wells Hall. 



— XCIII— 

GEORGE WOLCOTT [287] (George*, George*, 
George*, George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Jemima Andros; lived in 
Burlington; d. Oct. 16, 1819. His widow d. April 10, 1838, 
aged 69 years. Children: — 

645—1. NANCY, b. Oct. 17, 1798; m. Oct. 20, 1819, Truman 
Hawley. 



132 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

646—2. OLIVER, b. Jan. 27, 1800. See CXCIX. 

647—3. CHARLOTTE, b. Dec. 23, 1802; m. Sept. 8, 1827, 

Samuel Goodsell. 
648—4. GEORGE TODD, b. Nov. 8, 1805; resided (1849) * n 

Pennsylvania and had a family. 
649—5. D E FOREST, b. Feb. 19, 181 1. See CC. 



— XCIV— 

WILLIAM NOTT 6 WOLCOTT [288] (George*, 
George 41 , George 8 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Nov. 23, 1803, 
Cynthia, dau. of Roger Clark; d. July 1, 1807. Child: — 

650—1. MARY NOTT, m. Nov. 15, 1828, Elisha Wolcott 
Sellew. 



— xcv— 

JOSHUA 6 WOLCOTT [291] (Joshua 5 , Joshua 4 , 
George 8 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 1796, Mary, dau. of Augustus 
Rogers, of New London. She was b. Sept. 20, 1769, and 
d. Feb. 13, 1835. He lived in Portland and d. Sept. 13, 1835. 
Children : — 

651 — 1. LUCY, b. May 11, 1797; m. Feb. 5, 1818, Alpheus 

Penfield, of Portland. 
652 — 2. OLIVER, b. April 20, 1798; d. Aug. 30, 1799. 
653 — 3. RUTH, b. April 20, 1801; m. Dec. 12, 1826, Dyer 

Woodworth, of Middletown. 
654 — 4. ESTHER, b. July 2, 1802; resided (1849) i n Portland. 
655 — 5- OLIVER, b. Nov. 1, 1804; resided (1849) i n Portland. 
656 — 6. MARY, b. Jan. 30, 1807; m. May 14, 1842, George W. 

Taylor, of Portland. 



SIXTH GENERATION 133 

— XCVI— 

SOLOMON 6 WOLCOTT [294] (Solomon*, Joshua*, 
George 8 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. May 10, 1799, Abigail B., 
dau. of Joseph Butler, of Pittsfleld, Mass. Removed in 
1802 to Utica, N. Y. Judge of Oneida Court of Common 
Pleas. D. Oct. 30, 1818. Children:— 

657—1. JULIUS HASTINGS, b. May 14, 1800; d. Aug-. 3, 

1802. 
658—2. JULIET ADELINE, b. Aug. 24, 1802; d. May 11, 

1804. 
659—3. SIDNEY BUTLER, b. Nov. 6, 1804; d. Aug. 24, 1806. 
660—4. HORACE BUTLER, b. May 30, 1807; d. July 18, 1829. 

661—5. SIDNEY HASTINGS, b. March 14, 1810; lived (1879) 
in Addison, N. Y. 

662—6. SOLOMON BELDING, b. Aug. 19, 1812; lived in 
Addison; d. Sept. 14, i860. 



— XCVI1- 

HORACE WOLCOTT [302] (Joseph 5 , Joshua 4 , 
George''', George' 2 , Henry* ) m. March 22, 1788, Lucy Smith, 
of Sandisfield, Mass. Removed in 1797 to Worthington, 
Ohio. Served in the Indian wars as a Captain under General 
William Henry Harrison; was in the battle of Tippecanoe 
and was present at the surrender. A member of the Ohio 
State Legislature. D. July 28, 1833. Epitaph. Children: — 

663—1. EMILY, b. 1788; m. (2nd) April 4, 1816, Healon Rose, 

of St. Albans, Ohio. 
664 — 2. MARY, b. 1790; d. 1807. 
665—3. GAD FULLER, 1). 1792; d. young. 
666 — 4. LUCY, b. 1794; (1. young. 

667— v HORACE, h. March 24, 1799, at Marietta, O. See 
CCI. 



134 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

668—6. PERSIS, b. 1801; d. 1819. 

669 — 7. LUCY, b. March 20, 1802; m. Nov. 23, 1823, Linus G. 
Thrall, of St. Albans, O. 

Their son, Homer Thrall. 

670—8. CHARLOTTE BOSWORTH, b. Sept. 8, 1806; m. 
April 5, 1829, William Bishop, of Worthington, O. 
671—9. URIEL SMITH, b. May 9, 1809. 
672—10. LOVIS ELIZA, b. 181 1; d. young. 



— XCVIII— 

ELI AS 6 WOLCOTT [306] (Joseph 5 , Joshua 4 , George 8 , 
George 2 , Henry 1 ) b. June 16, 1777, at Sandisfield, Mass.; 
m. Aug. 29, 1802, Delinda, dau. of Peter Howe and Orinda 
Fuller. She was b. June 29, 1782, at Poultney, Vt., and d. 
Feb. 11, 1852, at Watertown, Ohio. He d. Feb. 19, 1872, 
at Watertown, Ohio. Children: — 

673—1. ELIAS HOWE, b. June 17, 1803. See CCII. 

674—2. ALANSON, b. June 20, 1805. See CCIII. 

675—3. ELIZA BOSWORTH, b. Feb. 11, 1807; d. Sept. 29, 

1826. 
676—4. AUGUSTUS STOWE, b. Nov. 9, 1808. See CCIV. 
677—5. JOSIAH, b. June 16, 181 1; d. June 29, 181 1. 
678—6. WILLIAM RILEY, b. July 9, 1812. See CCV. 
679—7. VILETTA SUSAN, b. July 30, 181 5, at Watertown, 

Ohio; m. Oct. 6, 1839, Richard Beebe, son of Abijah 

and Nancy Howard Beebe. He was b. May 18, 1819, 

and d. April 5, 1885. Child: 

Charlotte Bishop Beebe, b. Feb. 29, 1844. 

680—8. JOSEPH B., b. July 6, 1818; d. Jan. 1, 1839. 
681—9. SYLVANUS HOWE, b. July 15, 1820. See CCVI. 



SIXTH GENERATION 135 

— XCIX— 

EDWARD 6 WOLCOTT [308] (Joseph 5 , Joshua*, 
George 8 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) Dec, 1808, Susan 
Twining; (2nd) Maria Squiers. He removed to Granville, 
O.; d. Aug. 11, 1823. Children:— 

682 — 1. LOIS, b. Sept. 30, 1809; m. May, 1833, Julius Deming, 

of Watertown, O. 
683—2. DARIUS, b. March 11, 1812. See CCVII. 



— c— 

JOSIAH 6 WOLCOTT [310] (Joseph 5 , Joshua 4 , 
George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. May 28, 1811, Amelia 
Minerva, dau. of William Cowles, of East Hartford. She 
was b. Oct. 11, 1788. He resided at Sandisfield, Mass. Was 
a Justice of the Peace. Children: — 

684—1. JOSIAH BISSELL, b. Aug. 11, 1812. See CCVIII. 
685—2. SUSAN AMELIA, b. Jan. 20, 1814; m. April 11, 1838, 

Horace C. White. 
686—3. EDWARD COWLES, b. Oct. 16, 1815. See CCIX. 
687—4. JOSEPH NEWTON, b. Aug. 1, 1817; d. Oct. 19, 1836. 
688 — 5. SARAH, b. June 5, 1819; m. Sept., 1840, Francis B. 

Smith, of Norfolk. 
689—6. FREDERICK, b. Feb. 28, d. March 12, 1821. 
690 — 7. ELIZA, b. March 12, 1823; m. Sept., 3845, Francis B 

Smith, of Norfolk. 
691—8. OLIVER, b. Dec. 14, 1825; d. April 14, 1834. 
692—9. ORLO, b. Sept. 18, 1827. 



— CI— 

BELDEN" WOLCOTT [314] (Josiah 5 , Joshua 4 , 
George'', George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) July 5, 1801, Lydia, 
dau. of James Weeks. She d. Dec. 29, 1811, aged 38 years. 



136 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

(2nd) March 22, 1812, Sarah Wells, dau. of James Bidwell; 
d. March 30, 1824. Children:— 

693 — 1. JOSIAH, b. Aug. 6, 1802; d. young. 

694—2. PRUDENCE, b. April 8, 1804; d. young. 

695—3. BELDEN, b. Aug. 2Z, 1806. See CCX. 

696—4. LYDIA, b. May 14, 1808; m. June 10, 1833, John H. 

Dickinson, of Chicopee, Mass. 

697—5. JAMES, b. Nov. 3, 1810. See CCXI. 

698—6. SARAH BIDWELL. 

699—7. MARY. 



— CIL— 

DAVID 6 WOLCOTT [318] (David 5 , David*, George 8 , 
George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) Sept. 24, 1797, Mary, dau. of 
William Hunt; she was b. Jan. 17, 1780, and d. Nov. 6, 
1822; (2nd) July 1, 1823, Sarah, sister of his first wife; 
she was b. Jan. 30, 1782; resided (1849) in Alps, N. Y. 
Children : — 

700 — 1. JULIA, b. May 10, 1798; d. Jan. 19, 1800. 

701 — 2. ALMIRA, b. Jan. 19, 1800; d. Sept. 28, 1802. 

702—3. DAVID, b. Jan. 11, 1802. See CCXII. 

703—4. ELIAS, b. Oct. 29, 1803. See CCXIII. 

704—5. SEYMOUR, b. Jan. 5, 1806. See CCXIV. 

705 — 6. MARY, b. Jan. 19, 1808; m. Oct. 4, 1825, Hosea 

Valentine. 

706—7. JUSTUS, b. Dec. 10, 1809; d. April 18, 181 1. 

707—8. LEWIS, b. June 9, 1812. See CCXV. 

708—9. HANNAH, b. March 6, 1814; m. July 11, 1833, 

— Griffis, of Alps, N. Y. 

709 — 10. IRA H., b. June 29, 1816. See CCXVI. 

710— 11. ARMENA, b. July 25, d. Dec. 19, 1819. , 

711 — 12. ALVAH, b. March 16, 1824. 



SIXTH GENERATION 



137 



— CHI— 

ELIJAH 6 WOLCOTT [320] (Silas 5 , Josiah*, George 8 , 
George 2 , Henry 1 ) b. March 29, 1781, in Cumberland 
County, Pa.; m. Sept. 9, 1802, Elizabeth Park, dau. of 
Corp. Thomas and Abigail (Nesbitt) Park, of Litchfield, 
Pa. She was b. Jan. 26, 1788, and d. Feb. 26, 1873. He 
d. Jan. 30, 1840, at Litchfield, Pa. Children:— 



712 — 1 

713—2 

7H—3 
715—4 
716 — 5 
717—6 
718-7 

719-8 
720 — 9 
721 — 10 
722 — 1 1 
723—12 



SUSANNAH PARK, b. June 6, 1805; m. Hiram 

Merrill. 
THOMAS PARK, b. June 8, 1807. 
SILAS PARK, b. Aug. 4, 1809. See CCXVII. 
SAMUEL PARK, b. Dec. 29, 181 1. 
MARIA COOK, b. Jan. 13, 1813; m. Ira Merrill. 
ELIJAH, b. April 16, 1816. 

MARY MOORE, b. Feb. 2y, 1819; m. (1st) Hiram 
Wood; (2nd) Hiram Merrill. 

WILLIAM REED, b. April 24, 1821. 
HANNAH MOORE, b. July 24, 1823; d. unm. 1890. 
AMOS PRENTICE, b. May 20, 1826. 
LOUISA JANE, b. Dec. 9, 1829; m. Elias Hadlock. 
MARION ELIZABETH, b. Oct. 29, 1831; m. Jan. 8, 
1857, Walter Kerr Green, of Litchfield, Pa. Children: 

I. Harry Clinton Green, b. Aug. 14, 1858. 

II. Craig Walter Green, b. April 6, 1866. Resides at 
New York City. 

III. Euphemia Marion Green, b. July 30, 1868. 

IV. Mary Wolcott Green, b. Dec. 14, 1872. Resides 
at West New Brighton, Staten Island, N. Y. 

V. Virginia Louisa Green, b. April 21, 1880. 



—CIV- 
BENJAMIN WOLCOTT [324] (Silas*, Josiah 4 , 
George''', George 2 , Henri/) m. Elizabeth Merrill. Moved 



138 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



from Athens, Perm., to Michigan about 1850. Children: — 



724—1 
725—2 
726—3 
727—4 

728-5 
729 — 6 

730—7 



EMILY, m. Peter Randolph. 

RANSOM. See CCXVIII. 

HENRY, m. Ruth Taylor. 

ALMIRA, m. Nelson Ellis. 

JANE, d. unm. 

SYLVESTER, m. Countess Wolcott. 

ELLSWORTH. 



— cv— 

GIDEON 6 WOLCOTT [330] (Henry", Henmf, 
Henry*, Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Nov. 6, 1790, Huldah, dau. of 
Hezekiah Bissell, of East Windsor; she was b. Nov. 1, 1770, 
and d. Sept. 30, 1844. He lived in East Windsor; d. Oct. 
21, 1840. Children:— 



73 1 — i- 

732—2 

733—3 

734—4 
735—5 

736—6 

737—7 

738-8 

739—9 
740 — 10 

741— 11 



HULDAH, b. Nov. 1, 1791; m. Nov. 25, 1812, John 

Billings, of Michigan. 
GUY, b. March 20, 1793. See CCXIX. 
WALTER, b. April 25, 1795; d. May 7, 1797. 
WALTER, b. May 25, 1797. See CCXX. 
RUTH, b. July 25, 1799; resided in East Windsor; d. 

Apr. 14, 1861. 
WILLARD, b. May 25, 1801; d. Feb. 29, 1824. 
CANDACE, b. July 13, 1803; m. April 21, 1825, Henry 

Moody, of East Windsor. 
GIDEON, b. June 30, 1805. See CCXXI. 
MARVIN, b. June 27, 1808. See CCXXII. 
HENRY BISSELL, b. Sept. 1, 181 1. See CCXXIII. 
CHARLES, b. July 25, 1813; resided in Keenah, Wis.; 

d. Sept., 1894. 



SIXTH GENERATION 139 

— CVI— 

HENRY 6 WOLCOTT [333] (Henry 5 , Henry*, 
Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) Jeanette Morrison, of 
Enfield, who d. in East Windsor. (2nd) Elizabeth, dau. 
of Stephen Williams, of Longmeadow, Mass., where he 
settled. Children : — 

742—1. ALEXANDER FIELD, b. June 17, 1806; m. Lydia 
Starr, of New York City, where he lived; d. June 
16, 1836. 

743—2. FLAVIA COLTON, b. June 2, 1804; m. John W. 
Brown. 

744—3. HENRY, b. July 23, 181 1. See CCXXIV. 

745—4. ELIZABETH, b. Jan. 17, 1814; resided (1848) in 
Longmeadow. 

746—5. JEANETTE MORRISON, b. June 17, 1816; m. Orin 
Brown. 

747—6. EDWARD, b. Jan. 12, 1819; resided (1848) in Ports- 
mouth, N. H. 

748—7. GEORGE FRANCIS, b. May 13, 1821; resided (1848) 
in Longmeadow. 

749—8. ALBERT, b. Aug. 31, 1823. See CCXXV. 

In memory of Mrs. Jennet Wolcott, the affectionate consort of Mr. Henry 
Wolcott, Jr., and Daughter of Mr. John and Mrs. Elizabeth Morrison, who 
departed this life June 18, 1803, in the 26th year of her age. Epitaph. 

Mr. Henry Wolcott died May S, 1838; A. E. 59 years. Be ye also ready for 
in such an hour as ye think not, the Son of Man cometh. Epitaph. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Wolcott, wife of Mr. Henry Wolcott, d. Nov. 22, 1835; A. E. 
50 years. Blessed are the dead that die in the Lord. Epitaph. 



— CVII— 

PETER WOLCOTT [335] (Simon 5 , Henry\ Henry? , 
Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) in. (1st) 1783, Huldah Bissell, (2nd) Oct. 



140 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



6, 1785, Elizabeth Root. He lived in East Windsor and d. 
Feb. 23, 1808. Children:— 



75o—i 

751—2 

752—3 
753—4 

754—5 

755—6 
756—7 



HULDAH, b. July 29, 1786; m. Samuel Walker, of 

Butternut, N. Y. 
ELIZABETH, b. Sept. 17, 1788; m. July 20, 1807, 

Benoni Thompson, of Hartford. 
PETER, b. Sept. 21, 1790. See CCXXVI. 
ELEAZUR, b. April 24, 1793; resided (1849) in 

Jersey, O. 
MARGARET, b. Aug. 12, 1795; m. John Spear, of 

Ohio. 
MARY, b. April 24, 1799; d. Oct. 10, 1800. 
SIMEON, b. July 16, 1802; d. Feb. 3, 1835. 



— CVIII— 

SIMON 6 WOLCOTT [336] (Simon 6 , Henry 4 , Henrif, 
Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) Nov. 23, 1786, Eunice, dau. of 
Thomas Sadd, of East Windsor, who d. Apr. 4, 1793; (2nd) 
Dec. 26, 1794, Elizabeth, dau. of Oliver Stoughton, of East 
Windsor. He lived in East Windsor, and d. Dec. 27, 1831. 
Child :— 

757 — 1. EUNICE, b. April 16, 1796; resided (1849) in East 
Windsor. 



— CIX— 

BENJAMIN 6 WOLCOTT [339] (Simon 5 , Henry 4 , 
Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Dec. 20, 1792, Abigail Rock- 
well. He lived in East Windsor, and d. April 16, 1850. 
Children : — 



SIXTH GENERATION 141 

758—1. WARREN, b. Oct. 3, 1793; d. March 6, 1810, from the 

bite of a fox. 
759 — 2. MIRIAM, b. Feb. 15, 1795; d. young. 
760 — 3. HORACE, b. Sept. 23, 1796; d. young. 
761 — 4. HORACE, b. Sept. 17, 1798; resided in East Windsor 

where he d. April 15, 1850. 
762—5. HIRAM, b. Sept. 5, 1800. See CCXXVII. 
763 — 6. CLARISSA, b. Sept. 3, 1802; resided (1849) in East 

Windsor. 
764 — 7. MARY, b. July 13, 1805; resided (1849) in East 

Windsor. 
765—8. HARDIN, b. April 6, 1809; d. young. 
766—9. WARREN, b. Sept. 10, 1810; m. Feb. 15, 1846, 

Hannah A. Billings, of East Windsor; removed to 

Iowa. 
767—10. JONATHAN GILLETT, b. Oct. 5, 1813; went to 

Ohioville, Pa. 
768—11. MIRIAM, b. July 16, 181 5; d. young. 



—ex— 

NATHANIEL 6 WOLCOTT [341] (Simon 5 , Henry 4 , 
Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Aug. 6, 1803, Clarissa Bissell. 
He lived in East Windsor, and d. Feb. 30, 1842. Children: — 

769 — 1. CLARISSA, b. June 28, 1804; m. May 1, 1831, Samuel 

Gould, of Manchester. 
770—2. NATHANIEL, b. April 8, 1806. See CCXXVIII. 
771—3. CHLOE, b. June 28, 1808; m. Oct. 5, 1831, Caleb J. 

Bancroft, of Enfield. 
772—4. ROSWELL, b. Sept. 23, d. Oct. 16, 1810. 
773—5. LOUISA, b. Aug. 22, 1812; (1. April 9, 181 5. 
774—6. ROSWELL, b. Sept. 4, 181 5. See CCXXIX. 
775—7. EDWIN, b. Sept. 13, 1817. See CCXXX. 



142 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

776—8. LOUISA MARIA, b. Nov. 18, 1819; m. June 1, 1845, 

Rufus Crane, of East Windsor. 
777—9- JULIA ROSANNA, b. May 4, 1822; m. March 1, 1845, 

Lewis Tucker, of East Windsor. 
778—10. ELIZABETH CORDELIA, b. June 11, 1824; m. Sept. 

23, 1844, Wallace Tracy, of Vernon. 
779 — 11. MARY ANN, b. Jan. 19, 1826; resided (1849) in East 

Windsor. 



—CXI— 

JOSEPH 6 WOLCOTT [342] (Simon*, Henry\ 
Henry 3 ; Simon 2 ,, Henry 1 ) m. August 17, 1795, Lucy Hills, 
dau. of John and Anna (Loomis) Hills, of East Windsor. 
She was b. June 22, 1777, and d. May 3, 1855, in Granger, 
Medina County, Ohio. He d. May 8, 1866, aged 91 years, 
in Sharon, Medina County, Ohio. Children: — 

780 — 1. LUCY, b. March 6, 1796; m. (1st) July 10, 1819, Calvin 
Putnam; (2nd) Rufus French. Child: 

Russell Putnam. 

781 — 2. SOPHIA, b. Jan. 1, 1798; m. Dec. 25, 1819, Cyrus 
Briggs, son of Zenos Briggs and Ruth (Codding) 
Briggs. Children: 

I. Nancy Briggs, m. — Stevens. 

II. George Briggs, m. . 

III. Olive Briggs, m. — Stevens. 

782—3. ELIZUR, b. Nov. 20, 1799. See CCXXXI. 

783 — 4. ANNA, b. Oct. 6, 1803; m. March 13, 1823, John 
McCloud, son of Samuel and Hannah (Holt) 
McCloud. Both d. in Granger, Medina County, 
Ohio. Children: 

I. Azubah Botsford McCloud (living in Missouri as 
late as 1881). 



SIXTH GENERATION 143 

II. Louisa McCloud. 

III. Emeline McCloud, m. Dr. Albertson, of Granger. 

IV. Caroline Wilcox McCloud. 

V. Melissa Arnold McCloud. 

VI. Henry McCloud, m. Ella Amerman. 

784—5. SIMON PETER, b. Sept. 25, 1804, at Middlesex, Vt. 

See CCXXXII. 
785—6. MARY, b. May 10, 1807, d. May 12, 1875. M. (1st) 

March 22, 1836, Hiram G. Wise, who d. Nov. 25, 

1849, aged 38 years; (2nd) Matthew Newton. 

Children: 

I. Edwin Wise, Co. 103rd Regt. O. V. I.; d. Chat- 
tanooga, Tenn., May 14, 1864, aged 26 years. 

II. Louisa M. Wise, d. August 20, 1849, aged 3 years. 

III. Lucinda Wise. 

786—7. PAMELIA, b. Oct. 24, 1813; m. Dec. 25, 1834, Seth 
Goodwin, of Granger, Medina Co., Ohio, and d. April 
14, 1 88 1. He was a son of Nathaniel and Lovira 
(Low) Goodwin, and was b. April 11, 1812, and d. 
Nov. 24, 1878. Children: 

I. Marcia M. Goodwin, b. Sept. 17, 1835. 

II. Russell W. Goodwin, b. April 19, 1839. 

III. Laura O. Goodwin, b. June 20, 1843. 

IV. Clarinda Goodwin, b. June 18, 1849. 



— CXII— 

LUKE 6 WOLCOTT [343] (Thomas*, Thomas 4 , 
Henry*, Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Mary Wheeler. He lived in 
Dover, N. Y. Children: — 

787—1. THOMAS, b. July 14, 1774. See CCXXXIII. 
788—2. LUKE. 

789—3. WHEELER, b. June 5, 1779. See CCXXXIV. 
790—4. THANKFUL, 
79'— 5- JERUSHA. 



144 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



— CXIII— 

THOMAS 6 WOLCOTT [346] (Thomas 5 , Thomas 4 , 
Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) Aug. 22, 1791, Silence 
Phillen. She d. June 20, 1798. (2nd) Dec. 29, 1798, Rachel 
Hackett. She was b. May 16, 1778. Children:— 



792- 
793- 

794- 

795- 



796—5 
797—6 
798—7 

799—8 

80O — Q 



SILA, 



JERUSHA, b. Dec. 13, 1792, at Dover, N. Y. 

PHINEAS, b. Feb. 14, 1794, at Dover, N. Y.; m. 
Lucinda Gilbert. 

RACHEL, b. April 17, 1795, at Dover, N. Y. 

twins, b. July /m. (1st) Benjamin Austin; 
10, 1796, at 1 (2nd) Oliver Darling. 

Northampton, j 
SALLY J N. Y. (m. — Gibbs; d. Nov. 16, 1824. 

POLLY, b. Oct. 10, 1799, at Northampton, N. Y. 

MARIAN, b. Jan. 7, 1801, at Northampton, N. Y.; 
m. Cephas Jones. 

BETSEY, b. Dec. 2, 1802, at Northampton, N. Y.; 

m. — Jones. 
SUSAN, b. Nov. 12, 1804, at Northampton, N. Y.; 

m. Apr. 25, 1824, Ziba Roberts. He was b. Mar. 23, 

1800. She d. July 16, 1892. Children: 

I. Charles Wolcott Roberts, b. Apr. 20, 1835; m. Oct. 
29, 1858, Huldah Ann, dau. of Jeremiah and Clarissa S. 
Loucks. He d. March 28, 1905, at Oakfield, N. Y. 

Their dau., Jennie C. Roberts, b. May 8, 1862, at 
Wheatville, N. Y., resides at Basom, N. Y. 

II. Ziba Roberts, b. July 31, 1840; m. Jan. 13, 1867, 
Cynthia Dewey, dau. of William W. and Amanda H. 
Dewey, of Royalton, N. Y. Resides at Medina, N. Y. 
Children : 



1. 

ii. 

iii. 

iv. 

v. 

vi. 

vii. 



William G. Roberts, b. Apr. 5, 1868. 
John D. Roberts, b. Apr. 19, 1869. 

C. Merrill Roberts, b. July 11, 1874. 
May C. Roberts, b. May 5, 1876. 
Colla D. Roberts, b. Aug. 25, 1878. 
Grace L. Roberts, b. Aug. 13, 1880. 
Iva Roberts, b. Aug. 28, 1887. 



SIXTH GENERATION 



145 



801 — 10 

802 — 11 
803 — 12 

804—13 

805—14 
806—15 

807—16 
808—17 



THOMAS HUBBLE, b. Sept. 1, 1806, at Northamp- 
ton, N. Y. See CCXXXV. 

JOHN JAY, b. March 17, 1808, at Northampton, N. Y. 

DEXEY, b. Dec. 19, 1809, at Northampton, N. Y.; m. 
George Johnson. 

JOSEPH, b. Nov. 8, 181 1, in Sullivan County, N. Y.; 
m. — Smith. 

NANCY, b. Sept. 13, 1813, at Cazenovia, N. Y. 

JOANNA, b. Sept. 7, 181 5, at Cazenovia, N. Y.; m. 
Jasper Parish. 

HIRAM, b. Aug. 30, 1817, at Cazenovia, N. Y. 

HARRIET, b. Aug. 18, 1820, at Pembroke, N. Y.; m. 
Logan Johnson. 



— CXIV— 

ROGER 6 WOLCOTT [349] (Thomas 5 , Thomas*, 

Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) d. 1804. Child: — 



809—1. WILLIAM WALLACE, b. 
CCXXXVI. 



May 27, 1804. See 



— CXV— 

ROGER" WOLCOTT [361] (Gideon 5 , Thomas*, 
Henry''', Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Rachel Ash. He removed to 
Cobourg, Canada West, in 1707, and held a Captain's com- 
mission in the British Army, which he resigned in 1809, and 
removed to St. Charles, 111. Children : — 



810— 1. 



Xl I 2. 



WILLIAM, b. Sept. 22, 1795; 111. 1819, Mary, dau. of 
Joseph Ash, of Hamilton, C. W. ; lived in Cobourg; 
d. in 1823. 

OLIVE, b. Aug. 7, 1797; m. 1823, Joseph Lindsay, of 
Cobourg. 



146 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



812—3 
8i3—4 

8i4—5 
815-6 

816—7 

817—8 



ASA, b. Sept. 22, 1799. See CCXXXVII. 

RACHEL, b. July 31, 1805; m. 1828, Jeremiah Chase, 
of Cobourg. 

WALTER, b. Nov. 16, 1809. See CCXXXVIII. 
SABRINA, b. March 19, 181 1; m. 1837, Jason Gilchrist, 
of Otonobar, C. W. 

SAVILLA, b. June 30, 1813; m. 1835, Almon Buck, of 
Cobourg, C. W. 

GIDEON EDWARD, b. Dec. 9, 1817; m. 1848, 
Elizabeth, dau. of Francis De Long, of 111. 



— CXVI— 

ELISHA 6 WOLCOTT [363] (Gideon 5 , Thomas 4 , 
Henry 3 ,, Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Anna, dau. of Eliphalet Hull; 
removed in 1795 to Yates County, N. Y. ; d. 1856, in Bar- 
rington. Children :■ — 

818— 1. GIDEON, b. Nov. 7, 1798. See CCXXXIX. 
819 — 2. HANNAH, b. Aug. 21, 1800; m. (1st) Dr. Mason 
Laman, of Benton, N. Y. Children: 

I. Mary Laman, m. (1st) Henry Wagener, of Penn 
Yan, N. Y. ; (2nd) James McAuley, before 1831. 

II. Margaret Laman, d. in infancy. 

820—3. OLIVER PLATT, b. April 19, 1802. See CCXL. 

821—4. ERASTUS BRADLEY, b. Oct. 18, 1804. See CCXLI. 

822—5. DAVID, b. 1806; d. young. 

823—6. GEORGE WASHINGTON, b. 181 1. See CCXLII. 



— CXVII— 

THOMAS 6 WOLCOTT [364] (Gideon 5 , Thomas 4 , 
Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Oct. 20, 1811, Mrs. Joanna 
Reed, dau. of Shubael Kelley, of Schodack, N. Y.; lived in 
Arcadia, N, Y. Children: — 



SIXTH GENERATION 147 

824—1. OLIVE ANN, b. Aug. 23, 1812. 

825—2. SALINDA ELIZABETH, b. Nov. 6, 1814; d. May 7, 

1834. 
826—3. AMANDA FITZLANE, b. Feb. 17, 1818; m. June 11, 

1842, George Knickerbocker, of Arcadia. 



— CXVIII— 

STEPHEN ASHLEY 6 WOLCOTT [366] (Gideon 5 , 
Thomas 4 " j Henry 3 ,, Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. May 16, 1803, Lois 
Piatt, of Le Roy, N. Y. Lived in Le Roy. Children : — 

827—1. NATHANIEL, b. Sept. 25, 1804; d. Sept. 9, 1813. 
828—2. STEPHEN, b. May 3, 1806; d. April 11, 1835. 
829—3. MARGARET, b. Aug. 21, 1808; m. Dec. 9, 1840, 

David H. Buel, of Benton Centre, N. Y. 
830 — 4. ANNA, b. April 10, 181 5. 
831—5. MARTHA SARAH, b. March 14, 1817; m. May 1, 

1839, Stephen S. Briggs, of Canandaigua. 
832 — 6. JOHN GREIG, b. Jan. 6, 1821; studied medicine with 

his cousin, Dr. Oliver P. Wolcott, and settled in 

Milwaukee as a practicing physician. 
833—7- PAULINE SAXTON, b. Dec. 7, 1826. 



— CXIX— 

WALTER 6 WOLCOTT [368] (Gideon*, Thomas', 
Henry 8 , Simon 1 , Henry^ ) m. May 6, 1817, Abigail, dau. of 
William Cornwell, of Jerusalem, N. Y. She was b. Oct. 26, 
1702. He (1. Oct. i), 1876, at Dundee, N. Y., where he had 
resided as a practicing physician since 1846. Children: — 

834—1. 1IILAND GRIEVE, b. Oct. 21, 1818. Sec CCXLIII. 



148 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



835 — 2. MARY, b. Aug. 4, 1820; m. (1st) Oct. 24, i860, Amos 

Wilcox; (2nd) Jan. 20, 1877, Henry B. Stone. 
836—3. SOPHIA LEE, b. Jan. 22, 1822. 
837—4- JOHN DORSEY, b. March 10, 1825. See CCXLIV. 
838- -5. WALTER, b. May 10, 1827; d. July 3, 1863. 



— CXX— 

THOMAS 6 WOLCOTT [370] (Peter 5 , Thomas*, 
Henry 3 , Simon" , Henry 1 ) m. Lydia Hollenbeck, of Hills- 
dale, N. Y. Children: — 

839—1. CATHARINE, m. Jacob T. Van Dusen. 
840 — 2. CHRISTINA, m. David Lampman. 



— CXXI— 

ABRAHAM 6 WOLCOTT [371] (Peter 5 , Thomas 4 , 
Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Harriet Race, of Egremont, 



Mass. 

841— 1 
842—2 

843-3 
844—4 

845—5 
846—6 

847-7 
848—8 
849—9 



Children : — 

MARIA, m. (2nd) Calvin Winchell. 

PETER. 

ISAAC. 

HENRY. 

AMANDA. 

ELIZA. 

CAROLINE. 

SYLVESTER, m. Roxanna Lampman. 

NORMAN, m. (1st) Sarah Taylor; (2nd) Sarah Boice. 



— CXXII— 

GIDEON PETER 6 WOLCOTT [372] (Peter 5 , 
Thomas*, Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Feb. 2, 1801, Eliza- 
beth (Hollenbeck) Killear, of Lincklaen, N. Y. Children: — 



SIXTH GENERATION 



149 



850-1 
851—2 

852-3 
853-4 
854-5 
855-6 
856-7 

857-8 
858-9 



PETER, b. Sept. 9, 1802; m. Charlotte Van Dusen. 

JOANNA, b. Feb. 14, 1804; m. Levi Van Dusen. 

LAURA, m. Jacob Van Dusen. 

CAROLINE, b. Nov. 2, 1810; m. Conrad Fletcher. 

AMBROSE, b. May 6, 1813. See CCXLV. 

MARTIN, b. May 3, 1815. 

MIRIAM, b. Aug. 17, 1819; m. Lewis Lord. 

KILLEAR, b. Aug. 19, 1821; d. in the army. 

GEORGE, b. Aug. 31, 1828. 



— CXXIII— 

WILHELMUS WOLCOTT [373] (Peter 6 , Thomas*, 
Henry z , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Cornelia Decker, of Ancoram, 
N.Y. Children:— 



859—i 
860—2 

861-3 
862—4 

863-5 
864—6 

865-7 



SARAH, m. John Puloie. 
THOMAS. See CCXLVI. 
JOHN, m. — . 
LAWRENCE, m. — . 
SPENCER, m. Betsey Lasher. 
NORMAN, m. Parmy Decker. 
GEORGE, m. Mary Peaster. 



— CXXIV— 

CORNELIUS WOLCOTT [374] (Peter*, Thomas 4 , 
Henry*, Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Salome Washburn, of Tag- 
hanic, N. Y. Children: — 



866—1. 
867—2. 
868—3. 
869—4. 
870—5. 



RANSOM, m. Nancy Knickerbocker. 

CALEB. 

ANGELINE, m. Collins Cook. 

JULIA, m. Levi Robinson. 

LOUISA, m. Samuel Williams. 



150 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

— cxxv— 

AUGUSTUS 6 WOLCOTT [378] (Giles 5 , Peter*, 
Henry z , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Oct. 18, 1804, Nancy Cole, 
dau. of Dr. Jesse and Sally W. Cole, of Onondaga, N. Y. 
Children : — 

871 — 1. NANCY, b. July 27, 1805, at Onondaga, N. Y.; d. at 

Abbe Creek, near Mt. Vernon, Iowa. 
872—2. HENRY AUGUSTUS, b. May 2^ 1807, at Geneseo, 

N. Y. See CCXLVII. 
873—3. MARY, b. April 12, 1809, at Geneseo, N. Y.; m. Sept. 

13, 1840, William Abbe; d. Aug. 27, 1861, at Marion, 

Iowa. Children: 

I. Augustus Wolcott Abbe, b. Sept. 22, 1841. 

II. William Alden Abbe, b. July 10, 1843; d. Aug. 
4, 1888. 

874—4. WILLIAM WADSWORTH, b. Aug. 3, 181 1, at 
Geneseo, N. Y. ; d. Oct. 10, 1898, unm., at Marshall- 
town, Iowa. 

875—5. TIMOTHY PICKERING, b. Apr. 5, 1813, at Geneseo, 
N. Y. See CCXLVIII. 

g 7 6_ 6. DANIEL HUNTINGTON, b. Apr. 25, 1815, at 
Geneseo, N. Y. See CCXLIX. 

877 — 7. ELLEN, b. Aug. 7, 1819, at Geneseo, N. Y.; m. Dec. 
12, 1843, Samuel Wallace Durham, of Mt. Vernon, 
Iowa. She d. Oct. 19, 1901, at Marion, Iowa ; 
Children: 

I. Jefferson Durham, b. Sept. 24, 1844. 

II. Canfield Durham, b. Jan. 17, 1850. 

III. Alice Durham, b. Apr. 13, 1853. 

IV. Mary Wolcott Durham, b. Jan. 4, 1858. Resides 
at Washington, D. C. 

V. Benjamin Harrison Durham, b. Sept. 8, 1860. 

VI. Louise Durham, b. May 15, 1864. 



SIXTH GENERATION 151 

— CXXVI— 

ELIHU 6 WOLCOTT [385] (Samuel 5 , Gideon*, 
Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) Nov. 27, 1806, Rachel 
McClintock, youngest dau. of Rev. David McClure, D. D., 
of South Windsor; (2nd) May 13, 1823, Julianna (464) 
dau. of Erastus Wolcott, Esq., of South Windsor. She d. 
Nov. 30, 1832; (3rd) Sept. 17, 1835, Sarah C, dau. of Dea. 
John Crocker, of Derry, N. H. She was b. Aug. 17, 1797, 
and d. Aug. 4, 1844. He removed with his family in 1830 
to Jacksonville, 111.; d. Dec. 2, 1858. Epitaph. Children: — 

878—1. ELIZABETH ANN, b. Dec. 26, 1807; m. Nov. 28, 
1832, Col. Carlton H. Perry, of Keokuk, Iowa. 
Children: 

I. Howard Wolcott Perry. 

II. Katharine Wolcott Perry. 

879—2. HANNAH McCLURE, b. June 7, 181 1; m. Nov. 28, 
1832, Rev. William Kirby, of Jacksonville, 111. He 
graduated from Yale College in 1827, and d. Dec. 20, 
185 1. She d. Aug. 31, 1858. Children: 

I. Edward Payson Kirby, b. Oct. 28, 1833, at Black- 
stone's Grove, 111.; m. (1st) Oct. 28, 1862, Julia Smith 
Duncan, dau. of Hon. Joseph Duncan. She d. July 5, 
1896; (2nd) Lucinda Gallaher, dau. of Rev. William G. 
and Sarah (Kantz) Gallaher, of Jacksonville, 111. Re- 
sides at Jacksonville, 111. 

II. William Arthur Kirby, b. Aug. 6, 1837, at Mendon, 
111.; m. Sept 10, 1867, Arabella Clement, dau. of Rev. 
Joshua and Eliza (Harvey) Clement. She was b. Mar. 
23, 1842, and d. Dec. 31, 1910. Children, b. at South 
Pass, 111.: 

i. Clement Rufus Kirby, b. July 1, 1868. 

ii. Henry Wolcott Kirby, b. Oct. 8, 1872. 

iii. Marian Kirby, b. Oct. 8, 1876; m. Sept. 10, 1903, 

Mendal G. Frampton. Children, b. at Claremont, 

Cal. : 



152 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

i. John Kirby Frampton, b. May. 17, 1905. 
ii. Calista May Frampton, b. Aug. 1, 1906. 
iii. Robert Clement Frampton, b. Dec. 13, 1909. 

iv. William Joshua Kirby, b. July 27, 1883, at Jack- 
sonville, 111. 

III. Frances Caroline Kirby, b. Jan. 25, 1840, at 
Mendon, 111.; m. Aug. 1, 1861, Rev. James McLaughlin. 
He was b. Oct. 25, 1829, and d. Aug. 17, 1870. Children, 
b. at Red Bluffs, Cal. : 

i. William Kirby McLaughlin, b. Jan. 10, 1862 ; m. 
Jan. 3, 1891, Kate Sturtevant, dau. of Zebina B. and 
Jane (Storey) Sturtevant. Children, b. at Jackson- 
ville, 111. : 

i. Ruth Kirby McLaughlin, b. Nov. 3, 1891. 

ii. Edward Kirby McLaughlin, b. July 28, 1893. 

iii. Frances Jane McLaughlin, b. Dec. 23, 1896 ; 

d. May 13, 1897. 

iv. William Kirby McLaughlin, Jr., b. Aug. 9, 

1901. 

ii. Bessie McLaughlin, b. Jan. 13, 1864; m. June 
8, 1889, Dr. Carl Ellsworth Black, son of Dr. Green 
V. and Jennie Black. Children, b. at Jacksonville, 111. : 

i. Kirby Vaughn Black, b. June 3, 1890. 

ii. Carl Ellsworth Black, b. May 8, 1893. 

iii. Helen Margaret Black, b. Dec. 18, 1894. 

iv. Dorothy Lawrence Black, b. Aug. 25, 1896. 

v. Marjorie Vardamon Black. 

vi. Elizabeth Black, b. July 1, 1907. 

iii. Harry James McLaughlin, b. June 15, 1865; m. 
May 7, 1890, Caroline Eliza Brown, dau. of Robert 
and Anna (Barrows) Brown, of Hastings, Neb. 
Children : 

i. Robert Brown McLaughlin, b. Mar. 23, 1893, 

at Hastings, Neb. 

ii. Rollin Kirby McLaughlin, b. Dec. 22, 1895, 

at Doniphan, Neb. 

iii. Gertrude McLaughlin, b. Jan. 26, 1898, at 

Doniphan, Neb. 

iv. Hugh James McLaughlin. 



SIXTH GENERATION 153 

iv. Frank Wolcott McLaughlin, b. Jan. 17, 1867; m. 
(1st) April 30, 1892, Bessie Wright, dau. of Thomas 
and Patience Wright. She was b. Sept. 16, 1869, and 
d. Mar. 12, 1893; (2nd) Ethel Derby. Children: 

i. Harry Wright McLaughlin, b. Feb. 25, 1893. 

ii. Frances McLaughlin. 

iii. Helen Kirby McLaughlin, b. May 1, 1906. 

v. Helen Margaret McLaughlin, b. Oct. 21, 1869, at 
Gilroy, Cal. ; d. March 1, 1872, at Jacksonville, 111. 

IV. Catherine Wolcott Kirby, b. July 8, 1842, at 
Mendon, 111. ; m. Sept. 9, 1862, Charles Emory Ross, son 
of William G. and Minerva (Dunlap) Ross, of Jackson- 
ville, 111. He d. 1908. She d. Mar. 30, 1880, at Jackson- 
ville, 111. Children, b. at Jacksonville, 111. : 

i. Helen Ross, b. Sept. 11, 1863; m. Jan. 5, 1889, 
Arthur Jordan, son of William and Maria (Webster) 
Jordan. He was b. Aug. 12, 1863, and d. April, 1890. 
Child : 

Edith Ross Jordan, b. Nov. 7, 1890, at Pasadena, 
Cal. 

ii. Edward Kirby Ross, b. Jan. 23, 1865 ; m. Feb. 27, 
1898, Mabel Cora Dougherty, dau. of Joseph L. and 
Erne J. Dougherty. Resides at Wallula, Wash. 
Children : 

i. Elizabeth Kirby Ross, b. Dec. 20, 1898. 

ii. Helen Dwight Ross, b. Nov. 10, 1900. 

iii. Edward Searles Ross, b. July 2, 1903. 

iv. Mabel Wolcott Ross, b. July 5, 1907. 

iii. Carlton Perry Ross, b. Nov. 10, 1868; m. Rosa 
Jeanette Thompson, dau. of William and Isabel 
Thompson. Resides at Hood River, Ore. Children: 

i. Clifford Coleman Ross, b. Oct. 29, 1891. 
ii. Grey Kirby Ross, b. Sept. 30, 1893. 
iii. Catherine Ross. 

iv. Edith Wolcott Ross, b. July 14, 1872; m. Nov. 
24, 1898, William T. Wilson, son of Hugh and Isabella 
(Smith) Wilson. Resides at Jacksonville, 111. 
Children : 



154 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

i. Hugh Wilson. 

ii. Catherine Wolcott Wilson, b. Dec. 8, 1904, at 

Jacksonville, 111. 

iii. William Tulloch Wilson, Jr. 

V. Helen McClure Kirby, b. Jan. 12, 1845, at Mendon, 
111. ; m. June 23, 1870, at Jacksonville, 111., Rev. Melatiah 
Everett Dwight, son of John and Nancy S. Everett 
Dwight, of New York City. He was b. Oct. 15, 1841; 
d. Sept. 14, 1907, at Mt. Holyoke, Mass. Resides at 
New York City. Children, b. at Onorga, 111. : 

i. Ellsworth Everett Dwight, b. Mar. 20, 1871; m. 
April 4, 1907, Margaret Dexter Brush, dau. of Rev. 
Alfred and Christine (Chaplin) Brush. Children: 

i. Eleanor Dwight, b. Aug. 1, 1908, at Morris- 
town, N. J. 

ii. Margaret Dwight, b. Sept. 2, 1909, at Morris- 
town, N. J. 

ii. Richard Everett Dwight, b. June 21, 1875; m. 
Sept. 21, 1899, Gertrude Grace, dau. of Peter and 
Annie Grace. An attorney at law in New York City, 
iii. William Kirby Dwight, b. Aug. 8, 1879 ; m. Feb. 
23, 1909, Genevieve Ketchum, dau. of Col. Alexander 
P. and Clara (Dwight) Ketchum. A practicing 
physician in New York City. Child : 
John Dwight, b. Mar. 6, 1910. 

iv. Katharine Wolcott Dwight, b. Aug. 13, 1881, at 
Fairfield, la.; m. May 18, 1911, Gordon Lockwood 
Berry, son of Rev. Loren F. and Sarah (Coy) Berry, 
v. Marion Edith Dwight, b. Feb. 27, 1886, at Fair- 
field, la. Resides at New York City. 

VI. Henry Burgis Kirby, b. Mar. 20, 1848; d. Aug. 4, 
1849. 

VII. Elizabeth Pomeroy Kirby, b. Apr. 1, 1850. 

880—3. SAMUEL, b. July 12, 1813. See CCL. 
881—4. ARTHUR, b. April 10, 1815. See CCLI. 
882—5. ELIZUR, b. Aug. 7, 1817. See CCLII. 
883—6. FRANCES JANE, b. March 30, 1819; rri. Jan. 2, 1849, 
Major Barbour Lewis, of Jacksonville. 



SIXTH GENERATION 155 

884—7. HELEN MARIA, b. June 9, 1824; d. May 13, 1831. 
885—8. JULIA ANN, b. June 20, 1826; m. Nov. 19, 1846, 

William Chauncy Carter, of Jacksonville; d. July 14, 

1 910. Children: 

I. Samuel Wolcott Carter, b. Apr. 20, 1849; m. March 
14, 1876, Hannah Joy. Children: 

i. Ernest Chauncy Carter, b. Feb. 12, 1877. 

ii. Sylvester Joy Carter, b. Nov. 28, 1880; m. Feb. 

1, 1911, Annie Hopper. Child: 

Frances Joy Carter, b. Nov. 14, 1911. 
iii. Samuel Wilford Carter, b. Jan. 17, 1893. 

II. William Wallace Carter, b. Feb. 22, 1854; m. May 
6, 1885, Kittie Sibert. Children : 

i. Helen Carter, b. July 16, 1889. 

ii. William Wallace Carter, b. Oct. 22, 1891. 

iii. Marian Carter, b. Aug. 23, 1898. 

III. Ella M. Carter, b. Nov. 28, 1855; d. Aug. 14, 1883. 

IV. Walter Lee Carter, b. Mar. 31, 1861; m. Jan. 8, 
1884, Clara Rudy. Children : 

i. William Chauncy Carter, b. Mar. 3, 1885. 
ii. Roy Rudy Carter, b. Oct. 21, 1886. 
iii. Truman Lee Carter, b. July 31, 1889. 

V. Truman Post Carter, b. Aug. 24, 1863; m. July 31, 
1894, Elizabeth DeMotte. Children: 

i. Catharine DeMotte Carter, b. Mar. 22, 1898. 
ii. Roger Wolcott Carter, b. June 3, 1900. 
iii. Alice Elizabeth Carter, b. Aug. 18, 1903. 

VI. Herbert Carter, ( twins, b. | d. May 24, 1899. 



:er, < 



VII. Helen Carter, j Oct. 11, 1870 j" d. June 11, 1871. 

886—9. ELLA LOUISA, b. June 4, 1828. Resided at Elmira, 

N. Y.; d. Apr. 28, 1912, unm. 
887—10. SARAH ELIZABETH, b. May 12, 1837; d. Sept. 

6, 1838. 
888— j 1. RICHMOND, b. Jan. 10, 1840. See CCLIII. 



156 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



— CXXVII— 

SAMUEL TUDOR WOLCOTT [395] (Ahief, 
William"', William 5 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. June 12, 1829, 
Maria, dau. of Capt. Allen Stewart, of East Hartford. 
Resided in South Windsor. Child: — 

889—1. JULIA MARIA, b. April 9, 1840; m. Rev. Henry 
Powers. 



— CXXVIII— 

ROGER WOLCOTT [401] (Roger 5 , Roger*, Roger 5 , 
Simon 1 , Henry 1 ) m. Mary Steele; lived in East Hartford, 
where he d. Children: — 



890 — 1 
891 — 2 
892—3 

893—4 

894—5 
895-6 



896—7. 
897-8. 



MARY ANN, b. Nov. 11, 1784; m. Warren Stewart. 
MEHITABLE, b. May 19, 1786. 
MEHITABLE, b. March 20, 1788. 
OLIVER, b. May 25, 1789; d. March 22, 1794. 
MARY, b. 1791; d. March 24, 1794. 
MARTHA BURNHAM, bap. June 1, 1794; m. Daniel 
Converse, of Bridgewater, N. Y. Child: 

Sally Wolcott Converse. 

SARAH STEELE, bap. Sept. 25, 1796. 
MARY. 



— CXXIX— 

CORNELIUS 6 WOLCOTT [404] (Roger 5 , Roger\ 
Roger 5 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Margaret Williams; lived in 
East Hartford; d. Apr. 29, 1816, and was buried in South 
Windsor. Epitaph. She d. Jan. 11, 1819. Epitaph. 
Children : — 



SIXTH GENERATION 



157 



898—1. WILLIAM WILLIAMS, b. Oct. 6, 1791; d. July 22, 

1811. 
899 — 2. ELIZABETH, b. June 26, 1793; m. June 1, 1812, 

Henry Gilman. 
900—3. OLIVER, b. July 26, 1796. See CCLIV. 
901 — 4. ABNER, b. Aug. 24, 1798; went to Iowa. 
902 — 5. ROGER, b. May 31, 1800; went South. 
903—6. CORNELIUS, b. Sept. 2, 1802. See CCLV. 
904—7. MARTHA TREAT, b. Nov. 16, 1809; m. Sept. 6. 1840, 

Andrew G. Lowrie, of Flushing, L. I., N. Y. 



— cxxx— 

SETH 6 WOLCOTT [407] (Roger 5 , Roger 4 , Roger 3 , 
Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 1799, Lois Gay; lived in East Hart- 
ford, and d. Feb. 29, 1828. Children:— 



905—1 

906 — 2 

907—3 
908 — 4 

909—5 
910 — 6 

911— 7 

912 — 8 

913—9 



LAURA, b. Dec. 10, 1801; m. Nov. 16, 1845, Peter B - 

Gleason, of Hartford. 
JERUSHA, b. Dec., 1803. 
AMELIA, b. Oct., 1805. 
SIDNEY, b. May, 1807; d. June, 183 1. 
EMELINE, b. March, 1809. 

WILLIAM HENRY, b. June, 181 1. See CCLVI. 
NEWBERRY, b. May, 1812; d. Oct., 1839. 
LEVI, b. Aug., 181 5. 
JULIA, b. June, 1817; d. Aug. 8, 1828. 



— CXXXI— 

JAMES 6 WOLCOTT [41.*}] (Epaphras 5 , Roger\ 
Roger, Simon 1 , Henry 1 ) in. Jan., 178(5, Miriam Munsell; 
d. April 30, 1849, at Wheatland, N. Y. Children:— 



158 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



914— i 

915—2 
916—3 
917—4 
918-5 



ANSON, b. April 9, 1787. See CCLVII. 

EPAPHRAS, b. April 7, 1789. See CCLVIII. 

JAMES, b. May 29, 1791. See CCLIX. 

NORMAN, b. April 4, 1794. See CCLX. 

MIRIAM, b. Nov. 28, 1795; m. March 22, 1820, 
Rawson Harmon, Jr., of Wheatland, N. Y., who was 
b. Sept. 3, 1794, and served in War of 181 2; d. June 
24, 1873. She d. July, 1878. Children: 

I. Hortense Harmon. 

II. Antoinette Harmon. 

III. Norman Harmon. 



919 — 6. SARAH, b. Aug. 16, 1799; d. April 17, 1801. 
920 — 7. SARAH, b. Jan. 14, 1802; d. Feb. 13, 1803. 



— CXXXII— 

ALFRED 6 WOLCOTT [416] (Parmenio 5 , Roger*, 

Roger 3 ,, Simon 2 j Henry 1 ) m. May 27, 1806, Margaret, dau. 
of William Craig; lived in Boston, Portage County, Ohio. 
Was Justice of the Peace. D. Nov. 20, 1835. Children: — 



921 — 1. MALINDA, b. April 14, 1807; m. Oct. 9, 1828, John 

S. Oviatt, of Hudson. 
922 — 2. EDITH A, b. Oct. 3, 1808; m. Jan. 10, 1828, Zebulon 

Stow, of Stow. 
923—3. PARMENIO, b. May 11, 181 1. See CCLXI. 
924—4. ALFRED, b. Jan. 28, 1812. See CCLXII. 
9 2 5—5- JOSIAH, b. Feb. 20, 1814; d. March 15, 1828. 
926 — 6. DARIUS, b. Dec. 12, 1816; m. April 30, 1841, Sophia, 

dau. of Robert Simpson. 
927 — 7. MARY, b. Aug. 22, 1819; m. July 4, 1838, Eli Gaylord, 

of Stow. 
928—8. SIMON PERKINS, b. Aug. 4, d. Oct. 26, 1821. 



SIXTH GENERATION 159 

— CXXXIII— 

PARMENIO 6 WOLCOTT [417] (Parmenio 5 , Roger*, 
Roger 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Aug. 9, 1798, Anna Ferguson; 
lived in Yorkshire, N. Y. Children: — 

929 — 1. LYDIA, b. April 18, 1799; m. Dec, 1819, Nicholas 

Rowe, ,of Sharon, Mich. 
930 — 2. LAURA, b. July 19, 1801; m. Nov. 29, 1821, Stephen 

Van Rennselaer, of Lagrange, Ohio. 

931—3. LITTORIA, b. Feb. 2, 1804; m. Dec. 19, 1829, Henry 
Allen, of Groton, N. Y. 

932—4. ALFRED, b. June 5, 1806. See CCLXIII. 

933—5. HENRY, b. April 19, 1809. See CCLXIV. 

934—6. PARMENIO, b. July 22, 1813. See CCLXV. 

935 — 7. SAMUEL, b. July 30, 1815; m. Feb. 24, 1849, Maria 

Ellen Mather, of Franklin, Mich.; resided (1849) in 

Sharon, Mich. 
936—8. CLARINDA MATILDA, b. Aug. 13, 1819; resided 

(1849) m Cattaraugus, N. Y. 



— CXXXIV— 

THOMAS GOODSELL 6 WOLCOTT [424] (Jere- 
mialr', Alexander* , Roger 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. May 27, 
1789, Lucy, dau. of Henry Hoffman, of Branford. D. Jan. 
22, 1847. Children:— 

937—1. SARAH GOODSELL, b. March 19, 1790; m. 1814, 

Dr. Charles R. Norton, of Southwick, Mass. 
938—2. NANCY GREEN, b. Sept. 14, 1791; m. Sept. 14, 1808, 

Samuel Bartholomew, of North Branford. 
939 — 3- ELIZA, b. Feb. 2, 1795; d. March 18, 1832. 
940—4. ALEXANDER, b. Jan. 13, 1800; d. Oct. 9, 1842. 
941—5. MARTHA DAVENPORT, b. March 16, 1803; d. July 

5. 1835. 
942—6. LUCRETIA, 1). Aug. 7, 1805; m. 1821, Dr. Bedford 

Mowery, of Pittsburgh, Pa. 



160 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



— cxxxv— 

ALEXANDER 6 WOLCOTT [427] (Simon 5 , Alex- 
ander*, Roger*, Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Joanna Paull, of New 
York; d. at sea. Child: — 

943—1. ALEXANDER SIMON, b. 1805. See CCLXVI. 



— CXXXVI— 

WILLIAM FREDERICK 6 WOLCOTT [438] 
(George 5 , Alexander* , Roger*, Simon 1 , Henry 1 ) m. Nov. 
30, 1815, Lois Bryant, of Springfield, Mass., who was b. 
May 1, 1787, and d. Feb. 14, 1843. Lived in West Spring- 
field ; was Justice of the Peace. Children : — 



944—1 

945— 2 
946—3 
947—4 

948—5 

949—6 

95o—7 
951-8 



HANNAH BRYANT, b. Oct. 15, 1816; d. Oct. 9, 1834. 
MARTHA, b. March 24. 1818. 
ELIZABETH, b. April 10, 1820. 
GEORGE, b. June 11, 1822. 

WILLIAM HENRY, b. May 29, 1824; m. April 26, 
1848, Elizabeth Cooper, of West Springfield, Mass. 
HELEN, b. Sept. 26, 1826. 

ALEXANDER, b. Aug. 12, 1828; d. April 21, 1829. 
ALEXANDER, b. April 26, 1830. 



— CXXXVII— 

CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS 6 WOLCOTT [442] 
(Christopher 5 , Alexander*, Roger*, Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
Nov. 18, 1818, Susan Blinn; lived in Torrington; a Justice 
of the Peace. Removed to Steubenville, Ohio, in April, 
1833. Children:— 



952—1. CHRISTOPHER PARSONS, b. Dec: 17, 1820. See 
CCLXVII. 



SIXTH GENERATION 



161 



953—2 

954—3 
955—4 

956 — 5 

957—6 
958-7 



SAMUEL MERWIN, b. June 22, 1822; d. Aug. 3, 

1848. 
HENRY PHILIP, b. Feb. 24, 1824. See CCLXVIII. 
FREDERICK HALSEY, b. Sept. 13, 1825; d. March 

3!> l8 3!- 
SUSAN MARIA, b. Aug. 26, 1827; d. Oct. 5, 1833. 

CAROLINE MATILDA, b. May 8, 1829. 

LAURA ELIZABETH, b. Aug. 12, 183 1; d. March 

6, 1833. 



— CXXXVIII— 

PHILIP 6 WOLCOTT [445] ( Christopher 5 , Alexander*, 
Roger 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. July 11, 1817, Emily, dau. of 
Eliakim Marshall, of Windsor; lived in Steubenville, O. 
Child:— 

959—1. FRANCES, b. April 8, 1818; m. Ralph Ralston, of 
West Hartford. 



— CXXXIX— 

HENRY 6 WOLCOTT [447] (Alexander 5 , Alexander*, 
Roger', Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Nov. 26, 1813, Mary Almira, 
dau. of Major Jehoshaphat Starr, of Middletown; lived in 
Middletown; removed to Chicago where he d. April 5, 1846. 
Children : — 

960—1. ALEXANDER, b. Oct. 9, 1814; m. Dec. 23, 1845, 
Mary A. Spaukling. 

961—2. HENRY HUNTINGTON, b. Aug. 5, 1816. See 
CCLXIX. 

962—3. CAROLINE STARR, b. Oct. 8, 1818; m. June 19, 
1837, Joseph N. Balestier, Esq., of New York City. 

963—4. EDWARD, b. July 29, 1821; m. June 15, 1848, Anna, 
dau. of James McCracken, of Montgomery County, 

N. Y. 



162 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

964—5. FRANCES BURBANK, b. Nov. 2, 1823; m. Feb., 
1 841, Leonard Proctor, M. D., of Fultonville, N. Y. 
965—6. ELLEN ALMIRA, b. Jan. 19, 1828; d. Feb. 13, 1829. 
966—7. EMMA, b. June 26, 1832; d. Aug., 1848. 
967—8. JULIETTE, b. Nov. 20, 1835; d. Aug. 8, 1836. 



— CXL— 

ALEXANDER WOLCOTT [448] ( Alexander 5 , 
Alexander*, Roger 8 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Eleanor McKinzie; 
lived in Chicago, where he d. Children: — 

968—1. MARY ANN, d. young. 
969—2. ELLEN MARIA, d. young. 
970—3. ALEXANDER, d. young. 



— CXLI— 

GUY 6 WOLCOTT [451] (Guy 5 , Alexander*, Roger 3 , 
Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. April 24, 1822, Annis Porter, dau. of 
Lemuel Porter, of Tallmadge, O. She was b. 1801, at 
Waterbury, Conn., and d. Feb. 2, 1882, at Tallmadge, O. 
He d. Dec. 2, 1865. Children:— 

971— 1. JAMES ORIN, b. April 5, 1823. See CCLXX. 
972—2. ELIZABETH ELVIRA, b. May 25, 1824; d. May 

14, 1845, at South Hadley, Mass., a member of the 

Holyoke Seminary. 

973—3- CHARLOTTE AMANDA, b. Sept. 3, 1827; m. Oct. 

12, 1 85 1, Dennis E. Fenn, of Tallmadge. 
974—4. LEMUEL PORTER, b. Aug. 18, 183 1. See CCLXXI. 
975—5. ELIZUR, ( twins, b. ) See CCLXXII. 
976—6. ELEANOR, 1 July 14, 1833. j d. July 14, 1834. 
977—7. FRANKLIN MAGINNIS, b. Feb. 20, 1837. See 

CCLXXIII. 

978—8. ELLEN COE, b. Oct. 16, 1844; m. June 8, 1870, 
Lyman W. Peet, of Weeping Water, Neb. 



SIXTH GENERATION 



— CXLII— 



163 



JAMES 6 WOLCOTT [452] (Guy 5 , Alexander*, 
Roger 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) Mary Wells, dau. of 
Capt. William Wells, of Fort Wayne, Ind. ; lived in Indiana. 
Children : — 



979—1 
980 — 2 
981-3 

982 — 4 

983-5 



WILLIAM WELLS, b. 1822. 
ROBERT FULTON, b. 1824. 
MARY ANN, b. 1827. 
HENRY CLAY. 
FREDERICK CALHOUN. 



— CXLIII— 

FREDERICK 6 WOLCOTT [454] (Guy 5 , Alexander*, 
Roger 3 , Simon' 1 , Henry 1 ) m. Eliza, dau. of Jonathan Gay- 
lord, of Middletown; lived in Stowe, O. Children: — 



984- 


-I. 


ELIZA ANN. 


985- 


-2. 


OLIVER. 


986- 


-3- 


LUCY ANN. 


987- 


-4. 


FREDERICK 


988- 


-5- 


MARY. 


989- 


-6. 


HOBART. 



— CXLIV— 

GEORGE 6 WOLCOTT [459] (Guy 5 , Alexander*, 
Roger', Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Aug. 6, 1828, Margaret Hine, 
of Tallmadge, Ohio. She was b. Nov. 12, 1803, at North 
Mil ford, Conn., and d. at Wolcottville, Ind. He removed 
to LaGrange County, Indiana, in 1837, and erected mills and 
other buildings at a place called Wolcottville, making it the 



164 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

site of a Young Ladies' Seminary, the buildings of which he 
also put up. He d. Mar. 31, 1857, at Wolcottville, Ind. 
Children : — 

990 — 1. ANN LOUISA, b. June 9, 1829; m. Jan. 1, 1850, 

Timothy Hudson. Resides at Kalamazoo, Mich. 
991—2. ABIGAIL AMANDA, b. Jan. 6, 183 1. Resides in old 

home at Wolcottville, Ind. 
992—3. JULIA ALMIRA, b. Dec. 16, 1832; d. Aug. 23, 1838. 
993—4. ESTHER ROWENA, b. Aug. 16, 1834; m. Oct. 17, 

1 86 1, John F. Cooper. 
994—5. ELTON ROMEO, b. Sept. 14, 1836; m. (1st) Nov. 21, 

1864, Emily F. Jones, of Walton, N. Y.; she d. Jan. 

6, 1892; (2nd) Mrs. Lettie M. Hedges. 
995 _6. MARSHALL FRANKLIN, b. Oct. 21, 1838. See 

CCLXXIV. 
996—7. AMELIA, d. 1864. 



— CXLV— 

OLIVER STOUGHTON 6 WOLCOTT [479] 
(Oliver 5 , Oliver*, Roger s , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Nov. 9, 1820, 
Jane Lowe, dau. of John Conrad, of Chester County, Pa.; 
she was b. Sept. 17, 1803. He subsequently resided in New 
Jersey; d. May 23, 1832, in New York City. Buried in 
Litchfield. Epitaph. Children : — 

997—1. OLIVER, b. Nov. 5, 1821; d. March 5, 1823. 

998 — 2. OLIVER, b. Sept. 14, 1823; resided for a time at Monte 

Video, S. A.; d. at San Francisco, May 22, 1856. 

Buried in Litchfield, the last male descendant of 

Oliver Wolcott, Secretary of the Treasury, in the line 

of his sons. 

999—3. ELIZABETH STOUGHTON, b. July 31, d. Aug. 15, 
1825. 



SIXTH GENERATION 165 

— CXLVI— 

JOSHUA HUNTINGTON 6 WOLCOTT [484] 
(Frederick*, Oliver 4 ", Roger 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) 
Nov. 12, 1844, Cornelia, dau. of Samuel Frothingham, Esq., 
of Boston. She d. June 1, 1850; (2nd) Nov. 12, 1851, 
Harriet Frothingham, sister of his first wife. 

He came as a boy to Boston and entered the counting- 
house of A. and A. Lawrence as apprentice, becoming a 
partner at the age of twenty-six, and being senior partner 
when the firm was dissolved in 1865; was prominent in the 
development of New England manufacturing, being Presi- 
dent and Director of many companies, and also in many 
charitable enterprises as well as being State Treasurer of 
the Sanitary Commission during the Civil War. He was a 
member of the Society of the Cincinnati, of which his grand- 
father was an original member. D. Jan. 6, 1891, at Boston. 
Children : — 

iooo— i. HUNTINGTON FROTHINGHAM, b. Feb. 4, 1846; 
d. June 10, 1865; Second Lieutenant in the Second 
Regiment of Massachusetts Cavalry, U. S. Volun- 
teers, serving with the Army of the Shenandoah in 
the last battles of the Civil War, and dying of typhoid 
at its close. 

1001— 2. ROGER, b. July 13, 1847. See CCLXXV. 



— CXLVII— 

FREDERICK HENRY 6 WOLCOTT [486] (Fred- 
erick*, Oliver 4 , Roger 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) June 12, 
1838, Abby Woolsey, dau. of Gardiner G. Howland, Esq., 
of New York City. She d. Jan. 14, 1851. (2nd) Jan. 18, 
1855, Sarah Elizabeth Chase, dau. of Gen. Charles S. 



166 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

Merchant, U. S. A. She was b. in Plattsburgh, N. Y., Oct. 
10, 1822. Children:— 

ioo2— i. FREDERICK, HENRY, b. Oct. 30, 1845. 
1003—2. GARDINER HOWLAND, b. Aug. 25, 1848. 
1004—3. OLIVER HUNTINGTON, b. Oct. 24, 1850; d. April 

15, 1851. 

1005—4. CHARLES MERCHANT, b. Nov. 16, 1855; d. April 
3, 1858. 

1006— 5. ELIZABETH HUNTINGTON, m. Nov. 20, 1861, 
Stephen L. Merchant, of New York City. 

1007— 6. ABBY HOWLAND. 

1008 — 7. ALICE. Resides in the Wolcott Homestead at Litch- 
field, Conn. 



— CXLVIII— 

CHARLES MOSELEY WOLCOTT [488] (Fred- 
erick 5 , Oliver 4 , Roger 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) Nov. 1, 
1843, Mary E., dau. of Samuel G. Goodrich, Esq. She d„ 
Nov. 13, 1845, and was buried in Litchfield. (2nd) Nov. 26, 
1849, Catharine A., dau. of Henry Rankin, Esq. She was 
b. Jan. 6, 1817. The family home of Mr. Charles M. Wolcott 
is called Roseneath, and lies on the high eastern bank of the 
Hudson River near Fishkill Landing. Children: — 

1009— 1. FREDERICK, b. Dec. 23, 1844; d. Mar. 25, 1846. 

1010— 2. HENRY GOODRICH, b. July 16, 1853. See 
CCLXXVI. 

1011— 3. KATHARINE RANKIN, b. April 29, 1855; m. Apr. 
8, 1896, Samuel Verplanck, son of James De Lancey 
Verplanck and Julia (Caverly) Verplanck. He was 
b. July 20, 1840, and d. Dec. 15, 191 1. Mrs. Ver- 
planck resides at Roseneath. 

1012— 4. ANNETTE RANKIN, b. June 29, 1857. 



SEVENTH GENERATION 



— CXLIX— 

TALCOTT 7 WOLCOTT [495] (Benjamin 6 , John 5 , 
John 4 , John 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. April 2,1797, Diminis, 
dau. of Oliver Loomis, of South Windsor ; she was b. May 5, 
1777. He removed to Hartford about the year 1806; was 
Justice of the Peace. D. April 19, 1825. Epitaph. His 
widow removed to Garrettsville, O., in 1834. Children: — 

1013— 1. HENRY DRAYTON, b. Dec. 5, 1797; m. Jan., 1826, 
Emily Chandler, of Boston; d. Aug. 13, 1830. 

1014— 2. JASON LOOMIS, b. July 19, 1799. See CCLXXVII. 

1015 — 3. MIRANDA, b. June 4, 1801; d. Sept. 5, 1804. 

1016 — 4. LAURA, b. Aug. 17, 1803; d. June 11, 1841. 

1017— 5. JERUSHA BANCROFT, b. May 26, 1805; resided 
(1849) m Garrettsville, O. 

1018— 6. WILLIAM, b. Jan. 16, 1807. See CCLXXVIII. 

1019 — 7. CHARLES, b. Feb. 17, 1809; m. Aug. 16, 1833, Ellen 
Edwards Plummer, of Pittsfield. He lived in Wash- 
ington, D. C, where he d. 1881. 

1020—8. JANE ANN, b. March, 181 1; d. May 15, 1816. 

1021 — 9. OLIVER, b. Dec. 12, 1813; resided (1849) in Garrets- 
ville. 

1022—10. EMILY ANN, b. Dec. 16, 1815. 

1023— 11. MARY JANE, b. Nov. 2, 1818; m. Dec. 27, 1837, 
Russell Judd. 



— CL— 

CHESTER 7 WOLCOTT [496] (Benjamin , John 5 , 
John 4 , John-', Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. June 5, 1800, Sarah, dau. 
of Thomas Harris, of Wethersfield. She was b. April 26, 
1775. He lived in South Windsor, and d. March 25, 1842. 
Children: — 



168 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



1024- 

1025- 

1026- 


-I. 

-2. 

-3- 


1027- 
1028- 


-4- 

-5- 


1029- 

1030- 


-6. 

-7- 


1031- 

1032- 


-8. 
-9. 



HARRIS HART, b. Oct. 27, 1800. See CCLXXIX. 
JOHN, b. Oct. 8, d. Oct. 10, 1802. 
RALPH HART, b. Feb. 3, 1804; d. Jan. 19, 1834. 
HENRY, b. Oct. 20, 1806; d. Dec. 26, 1831. 
JULIA ANN, b. April 25, 1809; m. March 13, 1833, 

Warren Skinner, of Vernon. 
TRUMAN WELLS, b. May 8, 1812. See CCLXXX. 
CYNTHIA NEWBURY, b. July 10, 1814; m. April 

4, 1838, Warren Skinner, of Vernon. 
JOHN NELSON, b. April 15, 1817. See CCLXXXI. 
MARY ROBBINS, b. Oct. 23, 1819. 



— CLI— 

BENJAMIN 7 WOLCOTT [498] (Benjamin*, John 5 , 
John 4 , John 5 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) Nov. 14, 1805, 
Lucy, dau. of John Stoughton, of East Windsor; she was 
b. Sept. 30, 1774, and d. Jan. 16, 1824; (2nd) Aug. 10, 1825, 
Persis Calvin, dau. of Sylvanus Rockwell, of East Windsor. 
He settled in Hartford in 1816 and in 1831 removed to 
Rochester, N. Y. Children: — 



JULIUS, b. Aug. 19, 1806; drowned at the Navy 
Yard, Charlestown, Mass., Nov. 5, 1828. 

FRANKLIN, b. July 4, 18 12; resided (1844) in Mays^ 
ville, Ky. 

FREDERICK, b. Jan. 20, 1817; of the military profes' 
sion; in Mexico, in 1849. 

JOHN, b. Jan. 30, 1820; resided (1849) m W. 
Brighton, N. Y. 

JACKSON, b. June 13, 1826; resided (1849) in Bel ~ 
fast, N. Y. 

SOLOMAN, b. June 8, 1828; resided (1849) in Roch- 
ester, N. Y. 



1033- 


-I. 


1034- 


-2. 


1035- 


-3- 


1036- 


-4- 


1037- 


-5- 


1038- 


-6. 



SEVENTH GENERATION 



169 



— CLII— 

JAMES 7 WOLCOTT [500] (Benjamin 6 , John 5 , John*, 
John 3 j Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. May 19, 1807, Esther Morris; 
she was b. June 22, 1787. He lived in Sangersfield, N. Y., 
where he d. June 14, 1816. Children: — 

1039 — 1. CAROLINE, b. Sept. 28, 1808; m. Luke Sweetser, of 

Wisconsin. 
1040 — 2. MARY, b. June 13, 1810; m. David Craigg, of Indiana. 
1041— 3. MEHITABLE, b. March 19, 1816; m. (1st) Alexander 

Green, of Marshall, N. Y.; (2nd) John Green, of 

Marshall, N. Y. 



— CLIII— 

SAMUEL 7 WOLCOTT [503] (Samuel 6 , Samuel 5 , 
Samuel 4 ", Samuel*, Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) 1789, Lucy, 

dau. of Gideon Wright; (2nd) 1806, Rebecca Markham. 
He lived in Sandisfield; spent his last years in W. Spring- 
field. Children : — 



1042- 



1043- 


-2. 


1044- 


-3- 


1045- 


-4- 


1046- 


-5- 


1047- 


-6. 


1 048 — 7. 


1049- 


-8. 


io.so- 


-Q. 



SAMUEL MILTON, b. Feb. 29, 1792. See 

CCLXXXII. 
HARVEY, 1). Oct. 7, 1793. See CCLXXXIII. 
GEORGE WHITEFIELD, b. Nov. 8, 1795. See 

CCLXXXIV. 
GIDEON, b. June 8, 1799; d. Aug. 25, 1800. 
LUCY EMILY, b. Oct. 18, 1800; m. Feb. 19, 1824, 

Aaron T. Couch, of Colebrook. 
FRANKLIN, b. April 3, 1807. See CCLXXXV. 
ORLO SIDNEY, b. Nov. 10, d. Dec. 14, 1809. 
TIIERON ROBBINS, b. Jan. 21, 181 1. See 

CCLXXXVI. 
ORLO JACKSON, b. April 9, 1815. See 

CCLXXXVIi. 



170 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

1051— 10. AMRI WYATT, b. Nov. 25, 1819. See 

CCLXXXVIII. 
1052— 11. ABIATHAR, b. Nov. 25, 1819. 
1053—12. LOUISA ELIZABETH, b. July 29, 1822; m. May 

28, 1840, Alvin Wilson, of Slatersville, O. 
1054—13. MARIA SOPHRONIA, b. Nov. 30, 1824. 
1055—14. SOLOMON, b. April 3, d. June 22, 1828. 



— CLIV— 

THOMAS 7 WOLCOTT [505] (Samuel 6 , Samuel*, 
Samuel*, Samuel 8 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. January, 1800, 
Sarah, dau. of John Canfield. He lived in Leyden and in 
Alabama, N. Y. Children: — 

1056— 1. THOMAS ROBBINS, b. Feb. 2, 1801. See 

CCLXXXIX. 
1057 — 2 - EMILY, b. June 5, 1804; m. 1828, Chester Hunt, of 

Troy, N. Y. 
1058—3. LYSANDER W., b. July 18, 1810. See CCXC. 
1059—4. NEWTON CANFIELD, b. Sept. 22, 1813. See 

CCXCI. 



— CLV— 

ABIATHAR 7 WOLCOTT [506] (Samuel 6 , Samuel 5 , 
Samuel 4 , Samuel 5 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Dec. 29, 1796, Mary, 
dau. of Daniel Warner. He lived in Lakeville (Salisbury) . 
Children : — 

1060— 1. MARY, b. Feb. 5, 1798; d. Feb. 10, 1801. 
1061 — 2. ELECTA, b. June 16, 1799; d. Feb. 13, 1801. 
1062— 3. ABIATHAR ROBBINS, b. May 1, 1801; d. Sept. 15, 
1816. 



SEVENTH GENERATION 



171 



1063— 4. OLIVER ELLSWORTH, b. Sept. 8, 1802. See 

CCXCII. 
1064—5. MARY ELECTA, b. Sept. 22, 1804; m. David Clarke, 

of Rochester, N. Y. 

1065—6. WELLS, b. Dec. 7, 1805. See CCXCIII. 

1066—7. ABIGAIL LAURILLA, b. May 17, 1808; m. William 
S. Smith, of Alabama, N. Y. 

1067—8. WILLIAM ALBERT, b. Sept. 10, 1810. See 
CCXCIV. 



—CLVI— 

WILLIAM 7 WOLCOTT [507] (Samuel*, Samuel 5 , 
Samuel 41 , Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) Jan., 1800, 
Honor, dau. of Gideon Wright. She d. Nov. 28, 1803; 
(2nd) 1805, Huldah, dau. of John Deming. She d. Nov. 
28, 1841. He lived in Sandisfield, Mass.; d. Oct. 25, 1843. 
Epitaph. Children: — 



1068 — 1 
1 069 — 2 

1070—3 
1071— 4 
1072—5 
1073—6 
1074—7 
1075—8 
1 076 — 9 



ISAAC NEWTON, b. May 19, 1801. See CCXCV. 
WILLIAM, 1). July 9, 1803; m. Sarah E. Rice; lived 

in Freedom, N. Y. 
NELSON, b. Jan. 4, 1806. See CCXCVI. 
HONOR, b. June 5, 1807. 

JOHN LAURENS, b. Aug. 30, 1808. See CCXCVII. 
ABIGAIL, b. Sept. 27, [810; d. Aug. 14, 183 1. 
HOMER, 1). Jan. 4, 1813. See CCXCVIII. 
JULIA, b. Dec. 17, 1 814. 
MARY, b. July 14, 1819; m. 1841, S. G. Hitchcock. 



— CLVI I— 

ERASTUS 7 WOLCOTT [509] (JV//all\ Samuel 5 , 
Samuel 4 , Samuel''', Ilcurif 1 , Henry 1 ) in. Sarah, dau. of 



172 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

Gideon Dunham, of Colchester, Vt. ; she d. Nov. 30, 1844. 
He removed from Batavia, N. Y., to the State of Michigan, 
where he d. Sept. 23, 1849. Children: — 

1077— i. FANNY, b. Feb. 24, 1788; m. May 11, 1808, Col. 

Shubael Dunham, of Batavia, N. Y. 
1078 — 2. SARAH, b. Feb. 15, 1790; m. Joshua Sutherland, of 

Batavia, N. Y. 
io 79— 3- SOLOMON, b. Nov. 12, 1791; m. Mary Wilbur, of 

Batavia, N. Y.; resided (1849) i n Jackson County, 

Mich. 
1080—4. SAMUEL, b. Feb. 4, 1794; d. Oct. 30, 1809. 
1081 — 5. MARTIN, b. July 21, 1796; m. Nancy Worth, of 

Batavia, N. Y.; resided (1849) i n Jackson County, 

Mich. 
1082—6. ABIGAIL, b. July 8, 1798; m. April 26, 1825, William 

Miller. 
1083 — 7. DESIRE, b. May 14, 1800; m. Dec, 1824, Amos H. 

Broughton. 
1084—8. CHESTER, b. May 23, 1802; d. July 22, 1803. 
1085—9. ERASTUS, b. Aug. 24, 1804. 
1086—10. HIRAM, b. Oct. 9, 1806; m. Mary Campbell, of 

Elba, N. Y. 
1087 — 11. ELSA, b. June 11, 1809; m. Albert Calkins, of Elba, 

N. Y. 
1088—12. CHARLOTTE, b. March 8, 181 1; m. Erastus Pease, 

of Pavilion, Mich. 



— CLVIII— 

OLIVER 7 WOLCOTT [512] (Wyatt G , Samuel*, 
Samuel*, Samuel 2 ", Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 1794, Eleanor 
Warner; lived at Oakfield, ]\ T . Y.; d. Feb. 3, 1836. She d. 
Aug. 25, 1848, at Oakfield, N. Y., aged 77 years. Children: — 



SEVENTH GENERATION 173 

1089 — 1. MARY, b. Oct. 26, 1795; m. Feb. 3, 1810, Sands 
Hawley, of Oakfield; lived in Connecticut and the 
West. Children: 

I. Norman Hawley. 

II. Eleanor Hawley. 

III. Hamilton Hawley. 

1090 — 2. DESIRE, b. Dec. 16, 1797; m. June 30, 1831, John 
Smith, of Oakfield. He d. Oct. 6, 1869, aged 70 
years. She d. Oct. 20, 1869. Children: 

I. Nancy Smith. 

II. Alva Smith. 

III. Sophia Smith. 

1091 — 3. HULDAH, b. Oct. 3, 1802; d. May 24, 1864, unm., at 

Oakfield, N. Y. 
1092—4. CLITUS, b. Feb. 25, 1805. See CCXCIX. 
1093 — 5. LORETTA, b. Sept. 12, 1807; m. Dec. 10, 1839, 

Thomas Kennedy, of Oakfield; d. Oct. 13, 1848. 

He was b. Feb. 10, 1804, and d. Dec. 12, 1889. Child: 

Ellen Kennedy, b. at Oakfield, N. Y. ; m. John Dunn. 
1094—6. WILLIAM, b. July 27, 1809. See CCC. 



— CLIX,- 

JAMES 7 WOLCOTT [513] (Wyatf', Samuel 5 , 
Samuel 4 , Samuel^, Henry' 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Hannah Bartlett 
and settled at Aurora, Erie County, N. Y. He d. May 5, 
1848. She d. Nov. 1, 18o7. They are buried at East Aurora, 
N. Y., and stones mark their graves. Children: — 

ERASTUS. 

jonx 1 . 

SAMUEL. 

JAMES. 

WYATT, b. Oct. 18, 1800. See CCCI. 



i°95- 


-i. 


1096 


-2. 


[097 


-3- 


1098 


-4- 


1099- 


-5- 



174 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

noo — 6. SALLIE, d. Feb. 3, 183 1, aged 29 years. 

1101— 7. HARRIET. 

1 102— 8. HERSCHAL. 



— CLX— 

JOHN SAXTON 7 WOLCOTT [514] (Wyatt 6 , 
Samuel*, Samuel 4 ", Samuel^, Henry 2 ', Henry 1 ) m. (1st) 
1800, Mercy, dau. of Samuel Boynton, of Stockbridge, 
Mass.; she d. Aug. 12, 1824; (2nd) Maria A., dau. of Sam. 
Wilford, of Elba, N. Y. ; lived in Delaware and Genesee 
Counties, N. Y.; d. March 28, 1838. Children:— 

1 103 — 1. MARY, b. Aug. 12, 1801; m. 1821, Eleazur Underhill, 

of Alabama, N. Y. 
1 104 — 2. ELIZABETH, b. April 9, 1803; m. Sept., 1827, David 

Russell, of Ottawa, 111. 
1 105— 3- JOHN STANLEY, b. Sept. 22, 1806. See CCCII. 
1 106— 4. HORATIO, b. Sept. 2, 1808. See CCCIII. 
1 107— 5. JUDAH SAXTON, b. Nov., 1810; d. May, 1832. 
1 108— 6. SAMUEL BOYNTON, b. Oct., 1812. See CCCIV. 
1 109 — 7. FRANCES, b. Sept. 15, 1815; d. Dec. 19, 1833. 
1 1 10 — 8. GEORGE, b. May 4, 1817; d. young, 
mi— 9, ALFRED, b. Nov. 7, 1819. See CCCV. 
1 1 12— 10. JAMES, b. Feb. 19, 1822. See CCCVI. 
1 1 13— n. WARREN JOSEPH, b. June, 1828. 
1 1 14 — 12. CHARLES, b. 1834; is said to have m. at Batavia, 

N. Y., in 1859, and to have been killed in the Civil 

War at Charleston, S. C. 



— CLXI— 

CHESTER 7 WOLCOTT [516] (Wijatt 6 , Samuel 5 , 
Samuel 4 , Samuel 2 ", Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Sylvia Goodrich. 
Lived in Alabama, N. Y. Child : — 

1 1 15— 1. WILLIAM WYATT, b. Oct. 3, 1807, at Austerlitz, 
N. Y. See CCCVII. 



SEVENTH GENERATION 175 

— CLXII— 

ROGER 7 WOLCOTT [522] (Solomon®, Samuel 5 , 
Samuel 4 , Samuel*, Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. April 12, 1799, 
Mary, dau. of John Adams, of Wethersfield. He removed 
in 1803, to Trenton, N. Y., where he d. Oct. 19, 1829. 
Children : — 

iii6— i. JOHN ADAMS, b. June 25, 1800; d. unm., April 1, 
1847- 

1 1 17 — 2. MARY, b. Oct. 9, 1802; m. July 3, 1834, C. C. Cun- 
ningham, of Russia, N. Y. 

1 1 18— 3. HARRIET, b. March 7, 1804; m. Dec, 1824, Henry 
L. Deming. 

1 1 19 — 4. HORACE, b. Dec. 25, 1806; d. Aug. 22, 1839. 

1 120— 5. ALFRED, b. Feb. 15, 1809; d. April 22, 1838. 

1121—6. SARAH C, b. May 15, 181 1. 

1 122 — 7. ELIZA, b. Sept. 9, 1813; m. Sept. 12, 1832, Gideon 
Hinman. ^^ 

1 123— 8. GARDNER, b. March 28, 1817. See CCCVIII. 

1 124— 9. AUSTIN R., b. May 7, 1821. See CCCIX. 



— CLXIII— 

SYLVESTER 7 WOLCOTT [525] (Solomon 6 , Samuel 3 , 
Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. June 4, 1809, Jane 
Robinson, dau. of William Caldwell, of Floyd, N. Y. She 
was b. July 14, 1788, and d. Sept. 13, 1866. He removed 
in 1807 to Trenton, N. Y., where he d. April 27, 1865. 
Children b. at Trenton, N. Y. : — 

1 125— 1. WILLIAM CALDWELL, b. Sept. 6, 1810. See 
CCCX. 

1 126— 2. SYLVESTER, b. Oct. 25, 1812. See CCCXI. 
1 127— 3. HENRY WELLS, b. June 18, 1819. See CCCXIL 
1 1 28— 4. FREDERICK JOSEPH, b. Feb. 9, 1821. See 
CCCXIII. 



176 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



— CLXIV— 

SIMEON 7 WOLCOTT [534] (Nathaniel 6 , Samuel*, 
Samuel*, Samuel? , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Abigail Webb and 
settled in the State of New York. Children: — 



1129- 


-I. 


EMORY. 


1130- 


—2. 


ANGELINE. 


1131- 


-3- 


PROCTOR. 


1132- 


-4- 


MARIA. 


1133- 


-5- 


CLARISSA. 


1134- 


-6. 


PAMELIA. 


1135- 


-7- 


SOPHRONIA 


1136- 


-8. 


JOHN. 



— CLXV— 

NATHANIEL 7 WOLCOTT [536] (Nathaniel*, 
Samuel*, Samuel*, Samuel*, Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. May 15, 
1803, Abigail (523) dau. of Solomon Wolcott. He removed 
to Trenton, N. Y., in 1807; d. May 28, 1840. Children:— 



^Z7— 

1 138—2 

1 1 39— 3 

1 1 40 — 4 

1 141— 5 

1 1 42 — 6 
1 143— 7 

1 1 44 — 8 
1 145—9 



1146- 
1147- 



•10. 
-11. 



CAROLINE, b. Nov. 5, 1804; m. Dec. 12, 1822, 

Chauncey Fish, of Deerfield. 
SARAH W., b. July 6, 1806; m. July 19, 1826, Richard 

Babcock, of Wisconsin. 
NORMAN, b. July 25, 1808; m. Feb. 3, 1823, 

Sophronia Hyde; resided (1849) in Wisconsin. 
EMELINE, b. Aug. 13, 1810; m. Henry R. Caldwell, 

of Wisconsin. 
MEHITABLE, b. July 27, 1812; m. Feb. 14, 1844, 

Horace Dayton, of Remsen. 
ELIZABETH, b. and d. in 1814. 
CHESTER, b. Feb. 20, 1815; m. Jan. 18, 1842, 

Clarissa Whitman; resided (1849) i n Trenton, N. J. 
MARY JANE, b. Jan. 9, 18 17. 
ELIZA ANN, b. Nov. 5, 1819; m. July 5, 1841, John 

Brown, of Utica, N. Y. 
NATHANIEL, b. Dec. 9, 1821. 
ABIGAIL MARIA, b. Dec. 18, 1827. 



SEVENTH GENERATION 



177 



— CLXVI— 

WILLIAM 7 WOLCOTT [538] (William 6 , Samuel 5 , 
Samuel 1 , Samuel 2 ', Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Sept. 13, 1821, 
Clarissa, dau. of David Corey, of Philadelphia; settled in 
1829 in Pottsville, Pa., where he resided in 1848. Children: — 

WILLIAM, b. July 17, 1822; d. Dec, 1823. 
CHARLES, b. June 24, 1824. See CCCXIV. 
HORACE, b. Jan. 15, 1826; in 1848 with the army on 

the Rio Grande. 
JERUSHA, b. Aug. 22, 183 1; d. Oct. 25, 1832. 
AMELIA, b. March 1, 1833. 
FRANKLIN, b. Nov. 28, 1834; d. Oct. 10, 1837. 
DAVID, b. June 29, 1836. 
OLIVER, b. Feb. 27, 1842. 



1148- 


-I. 


1 149—2. 


1150—3- 


1151- 


-4- 


1152- 


-5- 


"53- 


-6. 


"54- 


-7- 


"55- 


-8. 



— CLXVII— 

HENRY 7 WOLCOTT [539] (William*, Samuel 5 , 
Samuel*, Samuel*, Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Feb. 1, 1807, Rhoda, 
dau. of Samuel Rockwell, of Trenton, N. Y. ; lived in 
Trenton; d. Nov. 27, 1812. Children:— 

1 156— 1. WILLIAM, b. Dec. 9, 1807. See CCCXV. 
1 157— 2. WALTER, b. June 6, 1809. See CCCXVI. 
1158—3. HENRY, b. March 20, 1812. See CCCXVII. 



— CLXVIII— 

OLIVER 7 WOLCOTT [540] (William*, Samuel 5 , 
Samuel 1 , Samuel'', Henry 2 , Henry*) m. Feb. 14, 1811, 
Sophia, dau. of Capt. Josiah Deming, of Wethersfleld ; d. 
July 19, 1834. Children:— 

[159— I. TRUMBULL, b. I'd.. [9, 1812. See CCCXVI I I. 

1160— 2. WILLIAM HENRY, l». Feb., d. Aug., [814. 

1 101 — 3. OLIVER HENRY, b. April 19. [8i6;d. Feb.24, 1818. 



178 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

1 162— 4. REBECCA GOODRICH, b. Dec. 27, 1817; m. Julius 

A. Sanford, of Meriden. 
1 163— 5. OLIVER, b. June 1, 1820. See CCCXIX. 
1 164 — 6. SOPHIA, b. June 11, 1822; d. Oct. 14, 1837. 
1 165— 7. MARY ELIZA, b. Sept. 27, 1824; m. Aug. 25, 1846, 

Albert Sanford, of Prospect. 
1 166— 8. ESTHER, b. Oct., 1826; d. Oct., 1829. 
1 167— 9. MARIA AMELIA, b. Sept. 1, 1833. 



— CLXIX— 

HORACE 7 WOLCOTT [543] (William*, Samuel 5 , 
Samuel*, Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Dec. 24, 1828, 
Rhoda, dau. of Robert Robbins, of Wethersfield. Resided 
(1849) in Wethersfield, Conn. Child:— 

1168— 1. SAMUEL, b. Dec. 1, 1833. See CCCXX. 



— CLXX— 

GERSHOM NOTT 7 WOLCOTT [545] (Gershom 6 , 
Elisha 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. May 17, 
1798, Eunice, dau. of Simon Willard. She was b. Aug. 23, 
1779, and d. March 3, 1854. He d. Aug. 15, 1845. Both 
are buried at Jordan, N. Y. Children: — 

1 169— 1. SIMON. 

1 170— 2. GERSHOM WILLARD, d. at East Pharsalia, N. Y. 

CHAUNCEY. 

ALMIRA, m. — Duncan. 

ERASTUS NOTT, b. Oct. 13, 1802, at Trenton, N. Y. 
See CCCXXI. 

JOSIAH. 

ROYAL ROSSITER, b. Jan. 26, 1810. See CCCXXII. 

ROSELLA ORILLA. 

ELIZABETH. 
1 178 — 10. LOUISA, m. — Coar. 
1 179— 11. SIMEON. 
1 180— 12. JOHN P. See CCCXXIII. 



1171- 


-3- 


1172- 


-4- 


"73- 


-5- 


1174- 


-6. 


1175- 


-7- 


1176- 


-8. 


11 77— 9. 



SEVENTH GENERATION 179 

— CLXXI— 

JOHN 7 WOLCOTT [546] ( Gershom 6 , Elisha 5 , Samuel*, 
Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Feb. 11, 1800, Catharine 
Shaffer, dau. of John and Hannah (Snyder) Shaffer, of 
Livingston, N. Y.; lived in Wolcott's Villa (Catskill) N. Y.; 
d. Dec. 12, 1859, at Catskill, N. Y. Children:— 

1181 — i. ARIETTA, b. Jan. i, 1801; m. June n, 1826, Robert 
Wells, of Holland Patent, N. Y.; d. Mar. 4, 1878. 
Children: 

I. Mary Catharine Wells, b. May 29, 1828, at Holland 
Patent, N. Y. ; m. July 22, 1850, George Ralph Jr., son 
of George and Harriet (Cooper) Ralph, of Schenectady, 
N. Y. She d. Feb. 4, 1904, at Utica, N. Y. 

Their son, George Frederick Ralph, b. May 29, 1853, 
at Holland Patent, N. Y. ; m. Apr. 14, 1875, Cornelia 
Marion Barnes, dau. of Sylvester W. and Cornelia 
(Chevalier) Barnes, of Utica, N. Y. Resides at 
Utica, N. Y. Children: 

i. Cornelia C. Ralph, b. Jan. 27, 1876. 

ii. George A. Ralph, b. Dec. 19, 1878; d. May 

2, 1908. 

iii. Wilbur B. Ralph, b. Apr. 16, 1885. 

II. Julia Eliza Wells, b. Nov. 18, 1833, at Holland 
Patent, N. Y. ; m. June 30, 1864, Robert Stratton 
Weekes, of New York City; d. May 8, 1895, at Holland 
Patent, N. Y. Children : 

i. Robert Wells Weekes, b. Sept. 4, 1867, at New 
York City. 

ii. Belle Garvey Weekes, b. Sept. 7, 1870, at New 
York City. 

III. Arietta Wells, b. Mar. 20, 1836, at Holland Patent, 
N. Y. ; m. June 27, 1861, Milton M. Brown, son of 
Harris and Harriet (Boardman) Brown, of Trenton, 

N. Y. 

Their dau., Julia Wells Brown, b. July 12, 1862, at 
South Trenton, N. Y. ; m. Oct. 27, 1891, Jesse Rice 
Porter, son of Cyrus K. and Emeline (Rice) Porter, 
of Buffalo, N. Y. Resides at Buffalo, N. Y. 

Their son, Milton Brown Porter, b. Nov. 7, 1893, 
at Buffalo, N. Y. 



180 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



IV. Lydia Amelia Wells, b. Jan. 4, 1841, at Holland 
Patent, N. Y. ; d. Aug. 20, 1893, unm., at Utica, N. Y. 

1 182— 2. JOHN SHAFFER, b. July 1, 1802, at Catskill, N. Y.; 
m. Dec. 29, 1829, Eliza R. Harrison, of Athens, 
N. Y. He d. Sept. 28, 1858. 

1 183— 3. PHILANDER BILSON, b. Apr. 26, 1804. See 

CCCXXIV. 
1 184— 4. JULIA ANNA MARIA, b. Sept. 24, 1806; m. Oct. 

6, 1842, Thomas Burt, of Pittsfield, Mass.; d. Apr. 

11, 1854. 

1 185— 5. HENRY, b. May 4, 1808; d. June 11, 1814. 
1 186— 6. EDWARD, b. Mar. 25, 1812. See CCCXXV. 
1 187— 7. CHAUNCEY, b. July 31, 1816. See CCCXXVI. 
1 188— 8. WILLIAM GILLSON, b. May 15, 1820. See 
CCCXXVII. 



— CLXXII— 

SAMUEL 7 WOLCOTT [549] (Elisha 6 , Elisha 5 , 
Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Henry", Henry 1 ) m. Oct. 25, 1796, 
Hannah, dau. of Roger Butler; lived in Holland Patent, 
N. Y. Children :- 

1 189 — 1 



1 1 90 — 2 
1 191— 3 
1 1 92 — 4 

1 193— 5 
1 1 94 — 6 

1 195— 7 
1 1 96 — 8 



BUTLER SAMUEL, b. March 27, 1799. See 

CCCXXVIII. 
HANNAH HAMNER, b. May 13, 1801; m. May 3, 

1 82 1, Chauncey N. Coe. 
HORATIO GATES, b. April 21, 1804. See 

CCCXXIX. 
EDMUND WATERHOUSE, b. June 20, 1807. See 

cccxxx. 

JOHN JEFFERSON, b. June 20, 1810. See 

CCCXXXI. 
SOPHIA MARY, b. Sept. 28, 1812; m. March 26, 

1844, Anson Kniblo, of Fulton, N. Y. 
ELIZA ANN, b. Sept. 5, 18 14; m. Feb. 19, 1846, John 

Canda, of Holland Patent, N. Y. 
LAURA LUCY, b. Nov. 7, 1816; m. Oct. 29, 1835, 

Thomas Neele, of Canandaigua, N. Y. 



SEVENTH GENERATION 181 

— CLXXIII— 

ELISHA 7 WOLCOTT [554<~\ (Elisha 6 , Elisha 5 , 
Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Henry 1 , Henry 1 ) m. Dec. 24, 1811, 
Mary Wells Robbins, dau. of Robert Robbins, of Wethers- 
field, Conn.; lived in Wethersfleld; d. Mar. 28, 1862. 
Children : — 

1197—1. MARY WELLS, b. Aug. 1, 1812; m. Nov. 8, 1837, 
John Wells, of Wethersfleld; d. June 2J, 1867. 

Their dau., Mary Catharine Wells, b. Dec. 30, 1838, at 
Wethersfleld, Conn. ; m. May 16, 1866, Hiram Augustus 
Yale, son of Samuel and Laminta (Clark) Yale, of 
Meriden, Conn. Resides at Meriden, Conn. 

Their dau., Mary Wells Yale, b. Oct. 14, 1869, at 
Meriden, Conn. 

1 198— 2. SARAH NOTT, b. Aug. 16, 1814; d. Mar. 4, 1894. 

1 199— 3. ELISHA ROBBINS, b. Dec. 30, 1816; d. Dec. 5, 
1894. 

1200—4. CHARLES, b. June 20, 1819. See CCCXXXII. 
1201 — 5. JOHN, b. Jan. 12, 1825; d. Feb. 5, 1823. 
1202 — 6. ELIZABETH, b. Jan. 12, 1825; d. Aug. 20, 1832. 
1203—7. ROBERT ROBBINS, b. Jan. 4, 1827. See 
CCCXXXIII. 

1204—8. HANNAH ELIZABETH, b. Oct. 10, 1831; d. June 
V 1837. 



— CLXXIV— 

DANIEL 7 WOLCOTT [555] (Elisha , Elisha*, 
Samuel 4 , Samuel*, Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Feb. 9, 1809, Maria, 
dau. of Stephen Morgan, of Wethersfleld. She was b. Aug. 
11, 1788. He settled in Wethersfleld Springs, N. Y., where 
he held the offices of Justice of the Peace, Commissioner of 
Deeds and Supervisor. Children: — 

,205—1. WALTEE FRANKLIN, b. Nov. 11, 1809. See 
CCCXXXIV. 



182 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



1206 — 2. 



1207—3. 



1208 — 4 
1209—5 
1 2 10 — 6 
121 1 — 7 
1212 — 8 
1213— 9 



DANIEL MORGAN, b. Oct. 20, 181 1. See 

CCCXXXV. 
SARAH MARIA, b. Nov. 19, 1813; m. Sept. 25, 1834, 

Capt. Joseph Addison Chandler. He was b. Dec. 

22, 181 1, and d. April 24, 1886. She d. Oct. 24, 

1885. Children: 

I. Eli Chandler, b. June 30, 1835. 

II. Maria Wolcott Chandler, b. Sept. 15, 1840. 

LUCIUS, b. Feb. 6, 1816. See CCCXXXVI. 
WILLIAM, b. March 29, 1818. See CCCXXXVII. 
JOHN, b. Sept. 4, 1820. See CCCXXXVIIL 
CHAUNCEY, b. Jan. 4, 1823. See CCCXXXIX. 
CHESTER LUCAS, b. Aug. 14, 1825. See CCCXL. 



MARY ELIZABETH, b. March 28, 1828; d. Dec. 13, 

i833- 
1214— 10. CHARLES DOUGLAS, b. June 22, 1830. See 
CCCXLI. 



— CLXXV— 

CHAUNCEY APPLETON 7 WOLCOTT [557] 
(Elisha G , ElishcP, Samuel*, Samuel*, Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
(1st) March 4, 1829, Abigail, dau. of Samuel Wells, of 
Wethersfield, who d. Oct. 13, 1832; (2nd) April 28, 1844, 
Mary, dau. of John Harris, of Wethersfield; lived in Weth- 
ersfield. Child : — 

1215— 1. CELIA ANN, b. Oct. 22, 1830. 



— CLXXVI— 

DANIEL RUSSELL 7 WOLCOTT [561] (Josiah 6 , 
Josiah 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel 2, : , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) April 
27, 1805, Elizabeth Root; (2nd) July 20, 1811, Philanda 
Atwood. He lived and d. at Orwell, Ohio. Children: — 



SEVENTH GENERATION 



183 



1216 — 1 
1217 — 2 

-3 



1218- 



1219 — 4 
1220 — 5 



1221- 
1222- 



1223 — 8 
1224 — 9 



1225 — 10. 
1226 — 11. 



MOSES HALSEY, b. Aug. 14, 1807. 
ELIZABETH, b. Sept. 30, 1809; d. March 13, 1810. 
RUTH T., b. Aug. 25, 1812; m. 1837, Josiah M. 

Knapp, of Bloomfield, Ohio. 
ORIN ERASTUS, b. June 14, 1814; d. June 28, 1816. 
ORIN, b. Oct. 15, 1816; m. March 6, 1844, Mary Ann 

Cook, of Orwell, O. 
JOSIAH EDMUND, b. July 1, 1819. See CCCXLII. 
HORACE ALANSON, b. Oct. 30, 1821. See 

CCCXLIII. 
SUSAN SELISTA, b. April 12, 1824; d. July 2, 1843. 
WILLIS AUGUSTUS, b. May 24, 1826. See 

CCCXLIV. 
PHILANDER, b. May 6, 1830; d. 1882. 
ELIZA JANE, b. Feb. 14, 1833. 



— CLXXVII— 

HORACE 7 WOLCOTT [562] (Josiah*, Josiah 5 , 
Samuel*, Samuel*, Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Dec. 15, 1808, 
Sabrina, dau. of Seth Tracy. She was b. July 18, 1790, at 
Pittsfleld, Mass., and d. July 28, 1865, at Farmington, O. 
He d. June 28, 1872, at Farmington. Epitaph. Children: — 

1227— 1. EDWARD CHESTER, b. Oct. 21, 1809; m, March, 

1833, Martha A. McCombs, of Farmington, O. 

1228—2. SABRINA, b. June 6, d. June 8, 181 1. 

1229—3. LOUISA, b. July 11, 1812. 

1230—4. RUSSELL, b. Sept. 4, 1814. See CCCXLV. 

1231— 5. SABRINA, b. Sept. 14, d. Sept. 15, 1816. 

1232 — 6. JULIA, b. Sept. 23, 181 7; d. Jan. 21, 1830. 

1233—7. ADDISON, b. April 18, 1820. See CCCXLVI. 

1234—8. ALBERT GALLATIN, b. Aug. 30, 1823. See 
CCCXLVII. 

I2 35 — 9- SOPHIA, b. Sept. 15, 1826; d. Jan. 16, 1849. 
1236—10. CAROLINE, b. March 18, 1829. 



184 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

— CLXXVIII— 

JOSIAH WILLIS 7 WOLCOTT [565] (Josiah*, 
Josiah 5 , Samuel*, Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) Oct. 
23, 1815, Elsa Woodford; (2nd) Mar. 21, 1821, Jane 
Stewart. He lived in Farmington, O., and d. Aug. 25, 
1859. Epitaph. Children: — 

1237— i. LOUISA ELSA, b. Feb. 15, 1817; m. May 1, 1838, 

Henry Belden, of Mesopotamia, O. 
1238—2. MARY EDNA, b. June 6, 1822; d. Aug., 1826. 
1239—3. ISAAC NELSON, b. Feb. 1, 1824; d. Aug., 1826. 
1240—4. WILLIAM STEWART, b. Sept. 6, 1825; d. Aug., 

1826. 

"So fades the lovely blooming flower, 
Frail smiling solace of an hour ! 
So soon our transient comforts fly, 
And pleasures only bloom to die." (Epitaph) 

1241— 5. SUSAN AMELIA, b. Oct. 25, 1827; d. July 25, 1829. 
1242—6. LYDIA, b. Oct. 8, 1829; m. April 7, 1847, Henry 

Woodrow, of Champion, O.; d. May 21, 1853. 
1243—7. HENRIETTA, b. April 10, 1832; d. June 5, 1852. 
1244—8. LUCY JANE, b. Mar. 26, 1834; m. (1st) 1853, Rev. 

Robert McCullough. He d. 1858. (2nd) 1878, 

Rufus E. Waters. She d. Dec. 9, 1906. 
1245—9. HOMER JOSIAH, b. March 26, 1836. See 

CCCXLVIII. 
1246—10. CAROLINE REBECCA, b. June 8, 1838; m. March 

16, 1864, John F. Miller. She d. May 25, 1895. 

Children: 

I. Isaac Henry Miller, b. Apr. 15, 1865. 

II. Willis Grant Miller, b. Apr. 6, 1867. 

III. Jennie Caroline Miller, b. Jan., 1869. 

IV. Ella F. Miller, b. Feb. 20, 1871. 

V. Charles Wolcott Miller, b. Jan. 1, 1876. 

VI. Hattie Lovisa Miller, b. Aug. 28, 1879. 



SEVENTH GENERATION 



185 



1247— ii. LYMAN, b. May 23, 1840. See CCCXLIX. 

1248—12. ELLEN JULIETTE, b. Dec. 15, 1844; m. Aug. 20, 
1868, William P. Newberry, son of Henry and Mary 
Newberry, of Wethersfield, Conn. He was b. Jan. 
7, 1836. Children: 

I. Mary Emma Newberry, b. July 5, 1870. 

II. Kate Louise Newberry, b. Mar. 27, 1872. 

III. William Ray Newberry, b. Sept. 15, 1874. 

IV. Alice Newberry, b. Jan. 2, 1879. 

V. Edward Lyman Newberry, b. Jan. 24, 1881. 



CLXXIX 



ERASTUS 7 WOLCOTT [566] (JosiaW, Josiah*, 
Samuel*, Samuel*, Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Jan. 19, 1820, 
Almira, dau. of John Hannahs; lived in Farmington, Ohio. 
D. Dec. 26, 1867. Epitaph. Children:— 



ORLANDO KEEP, b. May 30, 1823. See CCCL. 
LUTHER HUMPHREY, b. Oct. 21, 1825. 
CATHARINE CELESTIA, b. Dec. 31, 1827. 
JULIUS ERASTUS, b. Oct. 9, 1830. See CCCLI. 
OR VIS ADNY, b. May 16, 1834. See CCCLII. 
HELEN CORNELIA, b. Oct. 13, 1845. 



1249- 


-I. 


I250 2. 


I25I- 


-3- 


1252- 


-4- 


1253- 


-5- 


1254- 


-6. 



CLXXX— 



EDMUND PINKNEY 7 WOLCOTT [567] (Jonah , 
Jonah 6 , Samuel*, Samuel 3 , II enry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Nov. 19, 
1820, Clarissa, dan. of Dan Bosworth. lie lived in Kann- 

ington, (). Children: — 



186 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



1255— i 
1256 — 2 

I2S7—3 

1258—4 

1259—5 
1260 — 6 

1261 — 7 

1262 — 8 



See CCCLIII. 
twins, b. Feb. 20, 1836. 



JULIA E., b. Nov. 29, 1830. 

WILLIAM WIRT, b. May 13, 1834 

ANNA AMELIA, 

SUSAN CECILIA, 

EDMUND FRANKLIN, b. June 12, 1838. 

CHARLES FINNEY, b. May 20, 1840. See CCCLIV 

ADDISON LADD, b. Sept. 22, 1844. 

MARY ELLEN, b. Jan. 19, 1850. 



— CLXXXI— 

LEWIS 7 WOLCOTT [572] (Theodore 6 , Josiah 5 , 
Samuel 4 ", Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) came on foot to Ohio 
in 1805 and in company with two other young men, Ezra 
Curtis and David Curtis, struck the first blow in clearing 
the land and making improvements in the town of Farming- 
ton, Trumbull County, Ohio. M. (1st) Nov. 3, 1808, Nancy, 
eldest dau. of Dr. Joseph Higgins; she d. July 8, 1815; 
(2nd) Feb. 8, 1816, Mary Higgins, her sister. Lived in 
Farmington. D. Aug. 2, 1868. Epitaph. Children: — 



1263 — 1. 
1264 — 2. 
1265—3. 

1266 — 4. 



1267—5. 

1268—6. 
1269 — 7. 
1270 — 8. 



1271- 
1272- 



-9- 
-10. 



JOSEPH, b. Aug. 1, d. Aug. 3, 1809. 

JOSEPH HIGGINS, b. Aug. 2, 1810. See CCCLV. 

HENRY GOODRICH, b. April 9, 1812; d. Feb. 1, 

1840. 
NANCY HIGGINS, b. April 13, 1817; m. Sept. 13, 

1837, Robert M. Montgomery, of Youngstown, 

Ohio. 

LUCRETIA GOODRICH, b. April 5, 1819; d. Aug. 
25, 1858. 

ORLOW LEWIS, b. Dec. 10, 1823. See CCCLVI. 
LYMAN BEECHER, b. Oct. 5, 1825. See CCCLVII. 
HARRIET NEWELL, b. Oct. 18, 1827; m. March 
14, 1850, Benjamin Maltbie, of Southington, Ohio. 
FLORILLA WRIGHT, b. Oct. 25, 1829, 
GEORGE WASHINGTON, b. April 5, 1835. 



SEVENTH GENERATION 



187 



1273- 



— CLXXXII— 

JOSIAH 7 WOLCOTT [573] (Theodore*, Josiah 5 , 
Samuel 4 ", Samuel*, Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. March 8, 1815, Lois, 
dau. of David Belden; lived in Farmington, O. Children: — 

MARY, b. May 4, 1817; m. May 4, 1837, Benjamin 
Knapp, of Southington, O. 

SYLVESTER, b. May 18, 1820; d. May 18, 1827. 

SETH, b. May 18, 1823. 

ALMIRA, b. Aug. 19, 1825. 

SYLVESTER, b. Aug. 19, 1827. 

ALMON, b. Dec. 15, 1831; d. Feb. 15, 1833. 

JULIA ORIANA, b. Oct. 9, 1834; d. Jan. 31, 1888. 

SARAH JANE, b. July 14, 1837. 



1274 — 2 

1275—3 
1276 — 4 

1277—5 
1278—6 

1279—7 

1280—8 



— CLXXXIII— 

JOHN 7 WOLCOTT [575] (Theodore*, Josiah 5 , 
Samuel 4 , Samuel*, Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Aug. 7, 1816, 
Fannie, dau. of Silas Goff; lived in Farmington, O. D. 
March 4, 1850. Epitaph. Children: — 

1281— 1. ADELINE OLIVIA, b. May 24, 1817; m. May, 1848, 

Joseph M. Long, of Natchez, Miss. 
1282—2. ROSANNA, b. Nov. 12, 1818; m. April 19, 1841, 

Samuel Shepard, of Thompson, O. 
1283—3. THEODORE SILAS, b. March 9, 1823. 
1284—4. LUCELIA, b. May 30, 1829. 
1285—5. MAVERETTE, b. March 19, 1835. 



— CLXXXIV— 

WILLIAM 7 WOLCOTT [576] (Theodore , Josiah 6 , 
Samuel 4 , Samuel'', Henry- , Henry* ) m. Nov. 8, 1818, Persis, 
dau. of Dan Hosvvorth; lived in Farmington, (). I). June 
21, 1826. Epitaph. Children:— 



188 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

1286— i. DAN, b. Oct., 1819; d. Feb., 1820. 

1287—2. ANGELINE, b. Sept. 30, 1821; m. Oct. 18, 1842, 

Lucius D. Tuttle, of Nelson, O. 
1288—3. WILLIAM ALONZO, b. Jan. 19, 1823; m. Oct. 20, 

1847, Jerusha, clau. of John Hitchcock, of Danville, 

Iowa. 
1289—4. SOPHRONIA, b. July 4, 1825; m. April 14, 1844, 

Francis E. Pierce, of Denmark, Iowa. 



— CLXXXV— 

NEWTON 7 WOLCOTT [578] (Theodore 6 , Josiah 5 , 
Samuel*, Samuel*, Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) Oct., 1823, 
Harriet, dau. of Abijah Lee; (2nd) March 28, 1843, Cynthia 
Smith ; lived in Farmington, O. D. July 23, 1872. Epitaph. 
Children : — 

1290— 1. HARRIET LOBELIA, b. Aug. 20, 1824; m. March 
17, 1847, Newton Young, of Farmington, O. 

1291— 2. SHERBOURNE HENRY, b. Feb. 20, 1826. See 
DLIII. 

1292 — 3. OLIVE ANN, b. Dec, 1827; d. April 25, 1833. 

1293—4. EMILY, b. Feb. 10, 1830. 

1294—5. MELISSA WHITING, b. Jan. 18, 1834. 

1295—6. WILLIAM, b. Feb. 13, 1837. See CCCLVIII. 

1296—7. NANCY HIGGINS, b. April 1, 1840. 

1297—8. NEWTON LEE, b. Aug. 22, 1842. 

1298—9. HARRET HELEN, b. July 19, 1845. 

1299—10. JULIA MIRANDA, b. March 22, 1848. 

1300— 11. CHARLES HOWARD, b. Aug. 28, 1849. 



— CLXXXVL— 

CHESTER GOODRICH 7 WOLCOTT [579] 
(Theodore®, Josiah 5 , Samuel*, Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) 



SEVENTH GENERATION 189 

m. Nov. 7, 1843, Louisa S., dau. of Elias Hudson, of Orwell; 
lived in Farmington, O. Child: — 

1 301— i. LEANDER HUDSON, b. Aug. 26, 1845; killed July 
17, 1862, in Civil War. 



— CLXXXVII— 

HORACE 7 WOLCOTT [582] (John 6 , Josiah 5 , John\ 
Josialv', Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Mar. 28, 1827, Fannie Warner, 
She was b. Jan. 9, 1804, and d. Jan. 28, 1888. He d. 1886. 
Children : — 

1302— 1. ERASMUS, b. Apr. 7, 1830. See CCCLIX. 

1303—2. RICHARD, b. Nov. 11, 1832. See CCCLX. 

1304 — 3. STELLA, b. May 17, 1833; m. 1853, Chauncy Dick; 

d. Aug., 1906. 
1305—4. HENRY, ( twins, b. ) See CCCLXI. 
1306 — 5. HELEN, I Sept. 22, 1835 )d. Mar. 2^, 1853. 
x 3°7 — 6 - FANNIE, 1). July 17, 1837; m. Sept. 30, 1855, 

Croeseus Woodruff. Children: 

I . Ernest Woodruff. 

II. Henry VVillard Woodruff. 

1308—7. MARY, b. July 30, 1839; d. Feb. 1, 1885. 
1309—8. WARNER, b. Nov. 7, 1843. See CCCLXII. 
1310— 9. WEALTHY, b. Feb. 17, 1847; m. Nov. 1, 1871, S. S. 
McCune. Child: 

Mary McCune. 



— CLXXXVIII— 

OLIVEB CAMPBELL 7 WOLCOTT [59] ] (Joshua". 
Josiah-, John 4 , Josiah 8 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. ( 1st ) Nov. 15, 



190 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



1832, Hannah, dau. of Moses Eaton, of Wentworth, N. H.; 
she d. Oct. 23, 1836; (2nd) March 26, 1837, Tamar, dau. 
of Capt. Daniel Merrill, of Wentworth; lived in Wentworth, 
N. H. Children:— 



1311— 1 
13 12 — 2 

1313— 3 
I3H— 4 

1315— 5 
1316 — 6 

i3 J 7— 7 
1318— 8 



SAMUEL EATON, b. Sept. 15, 1833. 
HANNAH EATON, b. Sept. 18, 1838. 
EATON MERRILL, b. Sept. 9, 1840. 
MARY ABIGAIL, b. May 5, 1842. 
CATHARINE GALE, b. Sept. 10, 1844. 
HENRY, b. March 19, 1847. 
CHARLES AUGUSTUS, b. Nov. 11, 1853. 
WILLIAM EVERETT, b. Aug. 5, 1855. 



— CLXXXIX— 

NATHANIEL 7 WOLCOTT [600] (Joseph 6 , Justus 5 , 
George*, George*, George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Ruth Tollarday. 
He lived in Canton, Switzerland Co., Ind. ; served in the 
war of 1812. Children: — 



1319— 1. 
1320 — 2. 

i3 21 — 3- 



ALANSON, d. in Illinois. 
RUTH. 

DANIEL; lived in Switzerland Co., Ind., where he left 
descendants. 



— cxc— 

JONATHAN COOK 7 WOLCOTT [618] (Norman 6 , 
Justus 5 , George 4 , George' 6 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Rebecca 
Boyd. She was b. Dec. 14, 1811; d. Dec. 31, 1894. He d. 
April 18, 1877. Children:— . 



SEVENTH GENERATION 



191 



1322 — 1 

I3 2 3— 2 
1324—3 
1325—4 
1326—5 
1327—6 
1328—7 



NANCY M., b. Aug. 24, 1834; d. April 30, 1845. 

AMELIA, b. Oct. 14, 1836; d. Feb. 19, 1902. 

FRANKLIN R, b. Oct. 31, 1833; d. Sept. 14, 1870. 

EDWIN O., b. Mar. 28, 1841. 

NORMAN B., b. Mar. 1, d. Mar. 11, 1845. 

OLIVE L., b. Mar. 1, 1846. 

BENJAMIN S., b. July 1, 1849. See CCCLXIII. 



— CXCI— 

CHARLES 7 WOLCOTT [620] (Charles* ', Justus 5 , 
George 4 , George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Elizabeth Dalph. 
Child:— 

1329— 1. JOEL. See CCCLXIV. 



— CXCII- 

SAMUEL KEELER 7 WOLCOTT [621] (Charles 6 , 
Justus 5 , George 4 , George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Dec. 26, 
1826, Hannah B. McNulty, of Big Flats, N. Y. She was 
b. Sept. 5, 1803; d. May 4, 1879, at Caton, N. Y. He d. in 
California in 1851. Children: — 

1330— 1. MARY BRIGGS, b. Aug. 14, 1828; m. Philander 

Brown, of Caton, N. Y. 
1331— 2. JOHN EDWIN, 1). Nov. 13, 1830. See CCCLXV. 
i33 2 —3- WILLIAM MAYNARD, b. Aug. 28, 1833. See 

CCCLXVI. 
1333—4. CATHARINE O., b. Aug. 7, 1838; d. Feb. 19, 1841. 
1334—5- SAMUEL EMMET, b. March 2, 1841. See 

CCCLXVII. 
1335—6. LOUIS ALEXANDER, b. March 24, 1844. See 

CCCLXVI 1 1. 
'336—7- EZRA LEGRAND, 1). Oct. 21, 1847. See CCCLXIX. 



192 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



— CXCIII— 

NELSON 7 WOLCOTT [622] (Charles*, Justus 5 , 
George 4 ", George 9 ", George 1 , Henry 1 ) m. Sept. 15, 1824, 
Margaret Smith Hoffman, of Elmira, N. Y., b. Nov. 11, 
1805. Lived at Caton, N. Y. Lie was Judge of Steuben 
County Court. Children: — 

1337— i. MARY ELIZABETH, b. May 16, 1826; m. Dec. 12, 

1844, William Neal, of Caton, N. Y.; she d. 1871,'at 

Caton. 
1338—2. WILLIAM HOFFMAN, b. Oct. 29, 1827; d. Sept. 

12, 1848. 
J339— 3- ARCHIBALD SMITH, b. Sept. 2, 1829. See 

CCCLXX. 
1340—4. URIAH SMITH, b. Oct. 1, 1831. See CCCLXXI. 
1341— 5. TIMOTHY SMITH, b. Feb. 25, 1834. See 

CCCLXXII. 
1342—6. CHARLES NORMAN, b. Dec. 9, 1837; m. Isabel 

Vanarsdal. 
1343—7- JACOB MANLEY, b. July 4, 1842. See CCCLXXIII. 
1344—8. MARGARET SMITH, b. Sept. 15, 1844. 



— CXCIV— 

FREDERICK 7 WOLCOTT [623] (Charles 6 , Justus 5 , 
George 4 , George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) Panthy 
Bennett, who was b. Sept. 16, 1809, and d. Oct. 15, 1843; 
(2nd) Priscilla Moore, who was b. April 22, 1818, and d. 
Nov. 14, 1895. He d. June 18, 1873, at Corning, N. Y. 
Children : — 



1345— 1. CHARLES, b. June 11, 1832. See CCCLXXIV. 
1346—2. MARGARET, b. Oct. 3, 1835; m. Orin Gray. Both 
died at Lincoln, Nebr. 



SEVENTH GENERATION 



193 



1347—3- 

1348—4 

1349—5 
1350—6 

L35 1 — 7 
1352—8 

1353 — 9- 



GEORGE, b. June 10, 1838; d. Jan. 12, 1903. See 

CCCLXXV. 
WASHINGTON, d. young. 
MILO, b. 1845; d. April 11, 1856. 
MILNER C, b. 1847; d. April 13, 1856. 
PANTHY, b. 1849; d. Oct. 12, 1870. 
FREDERICK CALKINS, b. April 20, 1854; m. 

Elvira Cass, of Campbell, N. Y. 
WILLIAM IRVING, b. Feb. 13, 1857. See 

CCCLXXVI. 



— CXCV— 

JAMES HARVEY 7 WOLCOTT [630] (Roger 6 , 
Justus 5 , George 4 , George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Feb. 26, 
1831, Susanna Taylor. Resided (1849) at Pulteney, N. Y. 
Child:— 

1354— 1. JAMES STEPHEN, b. April 21, 1832. 



— CXCVI— 

EDWIN JONES 7 WOLCOTT [638] (John 6 , Justus 5 , 
George 4 , George 3 , George' 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Jan. 1, 1846, Emily 
Fidelia McHenry. Resided (1849) at Corning, N. Y. She 
was b. July 26, 1829. Children:— 

1355— 1. HARRIET ELIZABETH, b. Dec. 30, 1846. 
1356—2. MARGARET EMILY, b. Sept. 24, 1849; m. Feb. 17, 

James Spencer, of Corning, N. Y. She d. March 

14, 1894. 
'357— 3- WILLIAM E., b. June 16, 1853. See CCCLXXVII. 
I358—4- JOHN A., 1,. Sept. 5, 1855. See CCCLXXVI II. 



194 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

1359 — 5. FRANK E., b. Aug. 19, 1858; d. Aug. 2, 1894, in 
New York, N. Y. 

1360—6. MARIANNA, b. Oct. 30, 1861; m. Nov. 16, 1882, 

Alfred Baer, of Corning, N. Y. 
1 361— 7. GEORGE EDWIN, b. May 3, 1866; d. March 8, 1872. 



— CXCVII— 

GEORGE HENRY 7 WOLCOTT [639] (John 6 , 
Justus 5 , George*, George*, George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Eliza, dau. 
of Asa Morris, of Akron, Ohio. Children : — 

1362— 1. CHARLES HAMMOND, b. 1845, at Columbus, O. 

See CCCLXXIX. 
1363—2. GEORGE EDWARD, d. young. 
1364 — 3. GENEVA, d. young. 
1365 — 4. CORA, b. 1855, at Oskaloosa. 
1366 — 5. WILLIAM, b. 1857, at Oskaloosa; d. in Colo. 
1367—6. GENEVIEVE, b. Aug. 7, i860; m. March 14, 1881, 

Charles B. Searle, son of Bela P. and Juliette 

(Warner) Searle, of Belchertown, Mass. Resides at 

Westfield, Mass. Children: 

I. George Whitney Searle, b. Aug. 17, 1882. 

II. Genevieve Wolcott Searle, b. May 8, 1884; d. 
Oct. 13, 1907. 

III. Anna Isabella Searle, b. Oct. 23, 1887. 

1368—7. GEORGE EDWARD, b. 1862, at Oskaloosa; d. in Cal. 



— CXCVIII— 

LORENZO SCOTT 7 WOLCOTT [642] (David 6 , 
Justus 5 , George*, George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Oct. 13, 
1847, Lucy S. Brookins; resided (1849) in Erwin, N. Y. 
Child:— 

1369— 1. HELEN LOUISA, 



SEVENTH GENERATION 195 

— CXCIX— 

OLIVER 7 WOLCOTT [646] (George*, George 5 , 
George*, George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Aug. 25, 1838, 
Lucy, dau. of Alfred M. French; resided (1849) in Avon, 
N. Y. Children:— 

1370— i. CORNELIA ANN, b. June 15, 1839. 
1371— 2. FREDERICK OLIVER, b. July 2, 1842. 



— CC— 

DE FOREST 7 WOLCOTT [649] (George 6 , George 5 , 
George 4 , George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Sept. 19, 1841, 
Sarah, dau. of Zaccheus Chidsey; resided (1849) in Avon, 
N. Y. Children:— 

1372— 1. WASHINGTON DE FOREST, b. Aug. 3, 1842. 
1373—2. CLAYTON, b. July 23, 1844. 
J 374— 3- WALLACE, b. Dec. 13, 1846. 



— CCI— 

HORACE 7 WOLCOTT [667] (Horace 6 , Joseph 5 , 
Joshua 4 , George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Apr. 15, 1829, 
Rebecca Rose Winchell, dau. of Silas Winchell; resided in 
Granville, O. One of the founders of Granville Female 
Seminary, a Presbyterian institution. He d. Jan. 9, 1875. 
Children : — 

1375— 1. RUTH REBECCA, b. Jan. 20, 1830; m. Oct. 24, 1850, 
Charles Coleman Hayes, son of Brice Hayes. He 
was 1). July 24, 1825, at Dublin, O. Children, b. at 
Granville, O.; 



196 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

I. Ellen Hayes, b. Sept. 23, 1851 ; A. B. Oberlin Col- 
lege, 1878; author of various Scientific works; Profes- 
sor of Astronomy and Applied Mathematics at Wellesley 
College. 

II. Joanna Rebecca Hayes, b. Oct. 12, 1853 ; m. Sept. 
20, 1877, Frank Hollister. Resides at Gabon, O. 
Children, b. at Hanover, O. : 

i. Ruth Amanda Hollister, b. June 14, 1878 ; m. 
Aug. 19, 1908, Rev. Thomas H. Otwell, of Haley- 
ville, Ala. 

ii. Mary Tullar Hollister, b. Aug. 16, 1880; m. 
Sept. 12, 1910, Thomas C. Southard, of Colum- 
bus, O. 

Their son, Thomas Hollister Southard, b. Oct. 
9, 1911. 

iii. Emily Constance Hollister, b. Oct. 18, 1882. 

iv. Helen Hollister, b. Dec. 17, 1887. 

v. Anna Frances Hollister, b. Dec. 5, 1889. 

III. Orlena Wolcott Hayes, b. Feb. 25, 1855 ; d. June 
9, 1864. 

IV. Marquita Hayes, b. Jan. 10, 1857; m. Sept. 20, 
1877, Silas Mansfield Wallace, of Beaufort, S. C. Re- 
sides at Spring City, Tenn. Children, b. at Beaufort, 
S. C: 

i. Silas Willard Wallace, b. Jan. 1, 1891. 

ii. Mary E. Wallace, b. Apr. 16, 1893 ; m. Nov. 12, 

1911, Frederick Galloway, of Spring City, Tenn. 

V. Charles Willard Hayes, b. Oct. 8, 1858 ; m. March 
26, 1894, Rosa E. Paige, of Washington, D. C. ; Ph. D., 
Johns Hopkins University; LL. D., Oberlin College; 
Chief Geologist U. S. Geological Survey ; now Vice- 
President and General Manager Eagle Oil Company, 
Tampico, Mexico; author of various papers on geologi- 
cal subjects. Children, b. at Washington, D. C. : 

i. Wolcott Paige Hayes, b. Dec. 17, 1894. 

ii. Ellen Hayes, b. Nov. 17, 1896. 

iii. Sidney Hayes, b. Nov. 30, 1897. 

iv. Margaret Hayes, b. Jan. 22, 1901. 

v. Willard Hayes, b. Sept. 11, 1902. 

vi. Hannah Hayes, b. March 21, 1904; d. Aug. 

3, 1908. 

vii. Rosa Hayes, b. Nov. 18, 1910. 



SEVENTH GENERATION 197 

VI. Stanley Wolcott Hayes, b. Oct. 9, 1865; M. E. 
Cornell University; m. (1st) Feb. 3, 1907, Edna H. 
Burbank, of Santa Rosa, Cal. She d. May 5, 1908; 
(2nd) Sept. 19, 1910, Mabelle Hamilton, of Geneva, 
N. Y. Child: 

Brice Edmund Hayes, b. May 2, 1908, at Geneva, 
N. Y. 

I37 6_ 2 . SILAS EDWARD, b. March 24, 1831. See 
CCCLXXX. 

*377 — 3- ORLENA, b. May 27, 1834; d. April 10, 1855. 

1378— 4. WILLIAM PUTNAM, b. March 29, 1836, at Gran- 
ville, O. See CCCLXXXI. 

J 379 — 5- LUCY, b. March 16, 1840; d. Oct. 2, 1888, at Colum- 
bus, O. A painter and lived for a considerable time 
on the Pacific Coast. 

1380— 6. NANCY BRIDGES, b. May 5, 1841 ; d. Aug. 25, 1842. 

1381— 7. HORACE MILTON, b. Jan. 14, 1844. See 
CCCLXXXII. 

1382—8. OLIVER NEWELL, b. April 21, 1850, at Granville, 
O. See CCCLXXXIII. 



— ecu— 

ELIAS HOWE 7 WOLCOTT [673] (Elias G , Joseph 5 , 
Joshua*, George ?J , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. March 18, 1826, 
Lorana, dau. of Marvel Starling, of Watertown. She was 
b. June 10, 1807, and d. March 25, 1868, at Watertown, 
Ohio. He d. July 25, 1883, at Watertown, Ohio. Children:— 

1383— 1. LUCIAN McCLENATHAN, b. April 27, 1827. See 

CCCLXXXIV. 
1384—2. VESTA, b. Nov. 7, 1828; d. June 13, 1843. 
1385—3. DELINDA, b. Dec. 9, 1830; m. Oct. 12, 1845, Wesley 

Cook, of Grayson, Ky. ; d. June 7, 1905. 

Their dau., Mary L. Wolcott Cook, b. March 18, 1855 ; 
m. Dec. 17, 1873, Austin P. Howes. 



198 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

1386—4. ORLO HARDIN, b. Aug. 1, 1832; d. April 3, 1848. 
I3 8 7 — 5. WALTER BALFOUR, b. Feb. 24, 1834; d. Feb. 5, 

1865. 
1388—6. PETER HOWE, b. April 4, 1836; d. Feb. 5, 1842. 
J 3 8 9— 7- ORINDA, b. March 8, d. March 27, 1838. 
1390—8. ADALINE HOWE, b. Dec. 24, 1838. 
1391— 9. ROSCOE, b. June 17, 1842. See CCCLXXXV. 
1392—10. ROSETTA, b. May 3, 1844. 
1393— 11. CHARLES FREMONT, b. May 2, 1846. 
1394—12. LYDIA A., b. Dec. 25, 1848. 



— CCIII— 

ALANSON 7 WOLCOTT [674] (Elias 6 , Joseph*, 
Joshua*, George 2 ", George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. July 31, 1831, 
Caroline, dau. of James McClure. She was b. Nov. 16, 
1812, and d. April 17, 1891, at Watertown, O. He d. Feb. 
19, 1871, at Watertown, O. Children:— 

1395 — 1. OSCAR, b. Dec. 20, 1832; d. June 19, 1899, unm. in 

California, 
1396 — 2. WALLACE, b. Nov. 10, 1834; d. Feb. 21, 1894, in 

Kansas. 
1397 — 3. LEWIS, b. Jan. 14, 1837; d. Dec. 2, 1861, in the Army. 
1398 — 4. AMANDA, b. Jan. 6, 1839; d. May 30, 1903, in Ohio. 
!399— 5- SALOME, b. Jan. 20, 1841. 
1400 — 6. VESTA, b. June 10, 1843; m. Jan. 20, 1866, George 

B. Bartlett, son of Wyrum and Sarah (Kinney) 

Bartlett. He was b. Aug. 7, 1842. Resides at 

Waterford, O. Children: 

I. Minnie Bartlett, b. Oct. 15, 1866. 

II. S. Oscar Bartlett, b. March 31, 1868. 

III. Harvey L. Bartlett, b. April 23, 1873 ; d. Oct. 23, 
1907. 

IV. Katie Bartlett, b. Jan. 14, 1875. 



SEVENTH GENERATION 



199 



1401 — 7. EDWIN, b. March 14, 1845; d. Jan. 30, 1903, unm. in 

Ohio. 
1402—8. ROLLIN, b. March 13, 1847; d. Feb. 14, 1896, in 

Kansas. 
1403—9. CORWIN, b. March 9, 1849. 
1404 — 10. HELEN, b. Feb. 21, 1851. 
1405— 11. MARY, b. April 8, 1853. 
1406 — 12. KATIE, b. Jan. 14, 1855. 
1407 — 13. IDA, b. Nov. 5, 1856; d. March 23, 1909, in Ohio. 



— CCIV— 

AUGUSTUS STOWE 7 WOLCOTT [676] (Elias 6 , 
Joseph 7 ', Joshua*, George* ', George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. March 10, 
1840, Susan, dau. of James Baird; resided (1879) in Rock- 
land, O. Children: — 

1408— 1. CORDELIA ELIZA, b. Nov. 16, 1840. 

1409—2. BYRON AUGUSTUS, b. Dec. 27, 1842. See 

CCCLXXXVI. 

1410— 3. ROBERT BRUCE, b. Jan. 24, 1845. 

141 1— 4. LOIS ELIZABETH, 1). April 2, 1847. 

1412— 5. WILLIAM WALLACE, b. Feb. 11, 1849. 

14 1 3— 6. LAURA ARABELLA, b. May 4, 185 1. 

1414— 7. CASSIUS COLUMBUS, b. June 25, 1853. 

14 1 5— «. GEORGE THORNTON, b. April 14, 1856. 

[416—9. ADA ALBINA, b. May 6, 1858. 



— CCV— 

WILLIAM RILEY 7 WOLCOTT [678] (EUas ( \ 
Joseph', Joshua 4 , George*, George 1 , Henry 1 ) in. Dec. 4, 
18.-H, Lydia Arm Phillips. She was b. Jan. 25, 1810, and 
(I. 1885, mi Granville, Ohio. He d. Sept. 7, 1877, at Gran- 
ville, Ohio. Child:— 

1417— 1. ERASMUS ALPHONSO, b. Oct 7, [836, al Gran- 
ville, ( ).; d. unm. Jan. 10, 1857. 



200 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

— CCVI— 

SYLVANUS HOWE 7 WOLCOTT [681] (Elias 6 , 
Joseph 5 , Joshua 4 , George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Jan. 26, 
1860, at Amanda Furnace, Boyd County, Ky., Carrie 
Virginia, dau. of Eleazur and Sallie Sweetland. He d. Oct. 
23, 1897, at Greenup, Greenup Co., Ky. She d. Oct. 20, 
1890. Children:— 

1418— i. WILLIAM L., b. Dec. 25, i860. 
1419— 2. ALBERT S., b. Sept. 6, 1863. 

1420 — 3. VIOLA LEE, b. June 29, 1865; m. Feb. 19, 1890, at 
Greenup, Ky. — ■ Wilson. Children: 

I. Sweetland C. V. Wilson, b. Jan. 7, 1891. 

II. Robert J. Wilson, b. Nov. 16, 1899. 

III. Loring M. Wilson, b. Nov. 21, 1904. 

1421— 4. MATTIE W., b. Sept. 15, 1867. 

1422—5. LURA D., b. Dec. 17, 1869. 

1423—6. ALANSON H., b. July 27, 1872. 

1424—7. ELLA V. ROBERTS, b. May 27, 1875. 



— CCVII— 

DARIUS 7 WOLCOTT [683] (Edward 6 , Joseph 5 , 
Joshua 4 , George 8 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. April 11, 1838, 
Mary, dau. of Archibald Callendar, of Sheffield, Mass.; 
resided (1849) in Sheffield. Children:— 

1425— 1. LOIS ELIZABETH, b. Feb. 1, 1840; d. Sept. 21, 

1848. 
1426—2. EDWARD JOSIAH, b. July 15, 1842; d. Sept. 11, 

1848. 
1427 — 3. MILTON, b. June, 1844; d. young. 
1428—4. WILLIAM ARCHIBALD, b. May 7, 1846; d. Sept. 

11, 1848. 



SEVENTH GENERATION 201 

— CCVIII— 

JOSIAH BISSELL 7 WOLCOTT [684] (Josiah 6 , 
Joseph?, Joshua 4 ", George*, George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. November, 
1835, Lucy, dau. of Martin Belden, of Sandisfield. He 
lived in Sandisfield, Mass.; d. March 15, 1839. Epitaph. 
Children : — 

1429— i. ELIZABETH ANN, b. Jan. 7, 1837. 

1430—2. JOSEPH BISSELL, b. Oct. 4, 1838. Orderly 

Sergeant, killed in the late war at Port Hudson, 

June 2, 1863. 



— CCIX— 

EDWARD COWLES 7 WOLCOTT [686] (Josiah Q , 
Joseph 5 , Joshua 4 , George*, George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Nov. 29, 
1838, Jane D., dau. of Pitts Fuller, of Sandisfield. He 
resided (1849) in Sandisfield, Mass. Child: — 

1431— 1. AMELIA ANN, b. Dec. 25, 1839. 



— ccx~ 

BELDEN 7 WOLCOTT [695] (Belden?, Josiah 5 , 
Joshua 4 , George*, George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Aug. 3, 1828, 
Keziah Jane, dau. of Capt. James Gay, of Sharon; resided 
(1849) in Napoleon, Mich. Children: — 

1432— 1. MARTHA ELIZA, b. Nov. 22, 1829. 
1433—2. JAMES HENRY, b. Dec. 4, 183 1. 
1434—3. CHARLES BELDEN, b. Sept. 5, 1836. 



202 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



— CCXI— 

JAMES 7 WOLCOTT [697] ( B elden 6 , J osiah 5 , 3 oshua\ 
Qeorge 3 J George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Feb. 6, 1838, Azuba W., dau. 
of Joseph Bassett; resided (1849) in Monterey, Mass. 
Children : — 



1435— i 
1436—2 

1437—3 

1438—4 

1439—5 
1440 — 6 

1 441— 7 



ANNA MARIA, b. Dec. 23, 1838. 

JAMES WATSON, b. July 14, 1840. 

B ELD EN, b. Nov. 28, 1842. 

JOSIAH, 

JOSEPH, 

MAY ADELINA, b. June 4, 1847. 

SARAH MARTHA, b. March 11, 1849. 



twins, b. Oct. 21, 1844. 



— CCXII— 

DAVID 7 WOLCOTT [702] (David*, David 5 , David 4 ', 
George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. May 24, 1823, Clarissa 
Bristol. Children : — 

1442— 1. MARY L, b. May 6, 1825. 

1443—2. EUGENE H., b. June 19, 1828. 

1444—3. SARAH JANE, b. May 26, 1830; m. May 20, 1847, 

Thomas Ellsmore. 

1445 — 4. JULIA E., b. April 27, 1832. 

1446—5. HANNAH A., b. March 27, 1834. 

1447—6. FRANCIS, b. June 21, 1836. 



— CCXIII— 

ELIAS 7 WOLCOTT [703] (David 6 , David 5 , David", 
George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. July 15, 1§28, Caroline 
Quinby. Children : — 



1448 — I 

1449—2 

1450— 3 
145 1— 4 
H52—5 
1453—6 



SEVENTH GENERATION 203 

DAVID E., b. May 31, 1832. 
EMILY S., b. Nov. 10, 1834. 
ALMIRA, b. Nov. 7, 1836. 
DENNIS, b. Nov. 12, 1839. 
ELLEN, b. Sept. 10, 1844. 
HENRY, b. Feb. 20, 1847. 



— CCXIV— 

SEYMOUR 7 WOLCOTT [704] (David 6 , David 5 , 
David 4 , George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Nov. 5, 1829, Eliza 
Curtis. Children : — 

1454— 1. ELIZA JANE, b. Nov. 5, 1830. 

1455—2. DAVID, b. Dec. 10, 1833. 

1456—3- JOHN H., b. June 7, 1839. 

1457 — 4. LYDIA A., b. March 23, 1846. 



— CCXV— 

LEWIS 7 WOLCOTT [707] (David 6 , David 5 , David 4 , 
George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Aug. 24, 1833, Candace 
Neals. Children : — 

1458— 1. RACHEL, b. July 14, 1834. 
1459—2. PERRY, b. April 3, 1838. 
1460 — 3. MARY L., b. Aug. 31, 1845. 



— CCXVI— • 

IRA H. 7 WOLCOTT [709] (David 6 , David 5 , David 4 , 
George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Feb. 15, 1838, Phehe Rowley. 
Children: — 

1 46 1 — 1. OSBORN E., b. April 6, 1842. 
1462—2. ELIZABETH, b. Oct. 8, 1849. 



204 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



— CCXVII— 

SILAS PARK 7 WOLCOTT [714] (Elijah 6 , Silas 5 , 
Josiah 4 , George*, George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. April 29, 1839, 
Maria McCullough. She was b. Oct. 4, 1820. Children: — 



1463—1- 
1464 — 2. 

1465—3- 



1466 — 4 

1467—5 
1468—6 

1469—7 

1470 — 8 



AARON M., b. Oct. 18, 1840. See CCCLXXXVII. 

THOMAS P. 

MARY A., b. April 6, 1849; m - J ime I2 ' l ^7, James 

J. Dunham. He was b. May 8, 1855, and d. June 

20, 1905. Children: 

I. Myrtle M. Dunham, b. Oct. 13, 1874; d. March 
12, 1882. 

II. Owen S. Dunham, b. June 16, 1876. 

DALLAS, b. Dec. 22, 1849; d. Sept. 20, 1852. 
ALONZO, b. Nov. 6, 1851; d. Sept. 27, 1852. 
MARTHA, b. Nov. 3, 1853; d. Oct. 2, 1858. 
SILAS J., b. June 22, 1856. See CCCLXXXVIII. 
RAYMOND, b. April 16, 1861; m. Nov. 8, 1897, 
Sophia Lubar; she was b. March 22, 1846. 



— CCXVIII— 

RANSOM 7 WOLCOTT [725] (Benjamin 6 , Silas 5 , 
Josiah 4 , George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Caroline Marcellus. 
Children : — 

1471— 1. WELLMAN. 

1472 — 2. JOHN, b. July 15, 185 1, at Rutland, Pa. See 
CCCLXXXIX. 

H73-3- DORA. 

1474—4. LODUSKI, m. — St. John. 



SEVENTH GENERATION 



205 



— CCXIX— 

GUY 7 WOLCOTT [732] (Gideon 6 , Henry 5 , Henry*, 
Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Nov. 26, 1815, Redexelana, 
dau. of Jonathan Bissell; resided (1849) in East Windsor. 
She d. April 10, 1848. Epitaph. Children:— 



1475— i 
1476 — 2 

1477—3 
1478—4 

H79—5 

1480 — 6 
1481— 7 



RALPH, b. Jan. 27, 1817. See CCCXC. 
CAROLINE, b. April 24, 1818; m. Samuel Dickinson, 

of Amherst. 
FLAVIA, b. Jan. 9, 1820; d. May 27, 1823. 

ERASTUS WILLARD, b. Aug. 21, 1823; d. Jan. 5, 
1844. 

FLAVIA REDEXA, b. Nov. 4, 1826; m. Nov. 30, 

1848, William Lyman, of Amherst, Mass. 
MARY BISSELL, b. March 12, 1830. 

TIMOTHY SMITH, b. March 26, 1833; d. Dec. 10, 
1842. 



— CCXX— 

WALTER 7 WOLCOTT [734] (Gideon 6 , Henry 5 , 
Henry*, Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) Oct. 29, 1826, 
Laura B. Wadsworth, of Glastonbury; she was b. Nov. 15, 
1808; and d. Sept. 3, 1839; (2nd) Feb. 23, 1840, Louisa 
Hodges; resided (1849) in Decatur, Ga. Children: — 



1482 — 1 
1483—2 

1844—3 
1485—4 

1486-5 
1487—6 



LAURA ANN, b. Sept. 9, 1827; m. Nov. 28, 1847, 
Charles H. Osborn; d. Feb. 5, 1888. 

WILLIAM WADSWORTH, b. March 29, 1829. 
See CCCXCI. 

WINTHROP WASHINGTON, b. June 7, 1831; d. 
July 16, 1893. 

EMELINE SHEPHERD, b. April n, 1834; d. Jan. 
24, 19 10. 

ELIZA AMELIA, b. Dec. 25, 1836; d. 

MARY ALZINA, b. June 12, 1839; d. Nov. 15, 1905. 



206 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



— CCXXI— 

GIDEON 7 WOLCOTT [738] (Gideon 6 , Henry 5 , 
Henry 4 , Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. June 27, 1830, Ruth 
H. Sweetland, of Utica, N. Y. ; she was b. May 17, 1810. 
He lived in Clarkson, N. Y. Children: — 

TRUMAN WILLARD, b. April n, d. Aug. 20, 1831. 
ELLEN MARIA, b. Oct. 19, 1832. 
EDWIN BISSELL, b. Sept. 17, 1834. 
EMILY JANE, b. April 10, d. July 29, 1836. 
CHARLES EDWARD, b. Sept. r, 1837. V 
HARRISON TYLER, b. March 15, d. Oct. 27, 1840. 
JANE ELIZA, b. Nov. 23, 1841. 
JAMES ALONZO, b. April 4, 1844. 
FRANCIS HENRY, b. March 21, 1846. 
SUSAN SMITH, b. Feb. 17, 1848. 



1488- 


-I. 


1489- 


—2. 


1490- 


-3- 


1491- 


-4- 


1492- 


-5- 


1493- 


-6. 


1494- 


-7- 


1495- 


-8. 


1496- 


-9- 


1497- 


-10 



— CCXXII— 

MARVIN 7 WOLCOTT [739] (Gideon 6 , Henry 5 , 
Henry 4 , Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 1830, Eunice Newton, 
of Ludlow, Mass.; removed to Pennsylvania. Children: — 

1498— 1. ELIZABETH. 
1499—2. EDWIN. 



— CCXXIII— 

HENRY BISSELL 7 WOLCOTT [740] (Gideon 6 , 
Henry 5 , Henry 4 , Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. April 11, 
1838, Mary, dau. of Asher Shepherd, of Northampton, 
Mass. She was b. Jan. 9, 1816, and d. June 2, 1845. 
Children : — 

1500— 1. MARY JANE, b. June 17, 1839. 

1 501— 2. RUTH, b. July 2, 1840; d. April 13, 1842. 

1502— 3. JULIA SHEPHERD, b. March 30, 1842. 

1503—4. EMILY CUTTER, b. May 27, d. June 2, 1845. 



SEVENTH GENERATION 207 

— CCXXIV— 

HENRY 7 WOLCOTT [744] (Henry 6 , Henry 5 , 
Henry 4 ", Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. August 22, 1837, 
Catharine, dau. of Daniel Dennis; d. Oct. 24, 1841; his 
widow resided (1849) in New York City. Children: — 

1504— i. JEANETTE, b. Aug. 16, 1838. 
1505—2. HENRY, b. Sept. 7, 1840. 



— CCXXV— 

ALBERT 7 WOLCOTT [749] (Henmf, Henry 5 , 
Henry 4 , Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Oct. 13, 1844, Clarissa 
Jane, dau. of Mulf ord Conklin, of Brook Haven, L. I. ; she 
was b. June 3, 1828. He resided (1849) in New York City. 
Children : — 

1506— 1. EDWIN CONKLIN, b. Feb. 4, d. May 16, 1846. 
1507—2. ELIZABETH WILLIAMS, b. July 29, 1847; <*■ Jan. 

9, 1848. 
1508—3. EMILY JANE, b. Aug. 6, 1848; d. Jan. 11, 1849. 



CCXXVI— 



PETER 7 WOLCOTT [752] (Peter*, Simon 5 , Henry*, 
Henry''', Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. July 17, 1823, Lora, dau. of 
Richard Ingersoll, of Tolland; she was b. Jan. 31, 1795. He 
resided (1849) in Jerry City, O. Children :- 



1509— 1 

1510—2 

1 5 1 2—4 
'5 '3— 5 



BENJAMIN ROOT, b. Feb. 12, 1825. 
RICHARD [NGERSOLL, b. Nov. 7, 1826. 
MA in' [NGERSOLL, b. Nov. n, 1829. 
JUNIUS II ALL, I). Dec. [8, [832. 
HENRY ALLEN, b. June 22, [836. 



208 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



— CCXXVII— 

HIRAM 7 WOLCOTT [762] (Benjamin 6 , Simon 5 , 
Henry*, Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Sept. 23, 1824, 
Sophronia, dau. of Warham Cram. He resided (1849) in 
East Windsor, Conn. Children: — 



i5H- 



1515- 


-2. 


1516- 


-3- 


1517- 


-4- 


1518- 


-5- 


1519- 


-6. 


1520- 


-7- 


1521- 


-8. 



SOPHRONIA MARIA, b. March 7, 1826; m. Nov. 

27, 1845, Lewis T. Skinner, of Somers. 
HIRAM HENRY, b. Jan. 21, 1824. 
EMILY LUCINA, b. Nov. 5, 1830. 
JANE MARILLA, 
JAMES MONROE, 
JULIA MARINDA, 
JULIUS MARO, 
FRANCIS NEWTON, b. Dec. 10, 1843. 



twins, b. Oct. 7, 1833. 
- twins, b. June 19, 1840. 



— CCXXVIII— 

NATHANIEL 7 WOLCOTT [770] (Nathaniel 6 , 
Simon 5 , Henry*, Henry*, Si7non 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Aug. 16, 
1835, Asuba, dau. of Daniel Knox, of Manchester; resided 
(1849) in East Windsor, Conn. Child: — 

1522— 1. FREDERICK WESLEY, b. Jan. 7, 1842. 



— CCXXIX— 

ROSWELL 7 WOLCOTT [774] (Nathaniel 6 , Simon 5 , 
Henry*, Henry 2 ", Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Oct., 1838, Elizabeth, 
dau. of Joseph Howard, of Tolland; resided (1849) in 
Tolland, Conn. Children: — 

1523— 1. BERTHA ELIZABETH, b. Feb. 28 1 , 1845. 
1524—2. MARTHA JANE, b. April 28, 1848. 



SEVENTH GENERATION 209 

-ccxxx- 

EDWIN 7 WOLCOTT [775] (Nathaniel 6 , Simon 5 , 
Henry 4 " , Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 1840, Lucinda, dau. 
of Jonathan Poole, of Stafford; resided (1849) in Stafford, 
Conn. Child :— 

1525— i. EDWIN DWIGHT, b. Sept. 1, 1846. 



— CCXXXI— 

ELIZUR 7 WOLCOTT [782] (Joseph 6 , Simon 5 , 
Henry 4 , Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Jan. 20, 1823, Susan 
Van Orman, dau. of Jesse Van Orman; d. Sept. 25, 1877. 
She d. May 26, 1877. Child:— 

1526— 1. NORMAN BRUCE, b. Dec. 22, 1835; resides at 
Medina, O. 



— CCXXXII— 

SIMON PETER 7 WOLCOTT [784] (Joseph 6 , Simon 5 , 
Henry 4 , Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Sept. 20, 1835, Nancy- 
Wilder Codding, dau. of Burt Codding and Betsey (Traf- 
ton) Codding, of Dighton, Mass. She was b. Feb. 13, 1814, 
at Bristol, N. Y., and d. Apr. 27, 1876, at Granger, O. He 
d. Apr. 5, 1888, at Granger, O. Children, all b. in Granger, 
Ohio : — 

1527— 1. FERNANDO, b. Nov. 14, 1837; d. Feb. 26, 1838. 
1528—2. ALZINA MIRIAM, b. Oct. 18, 1838; m. Dec. 30, 

1873, Seymour Ganyard. She d. Feb. 14, 1908. 

Child: 

Eldo Ganyard. 



210 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

I 5 2 9— 3- HORACE GREELEY, b. Oct. 31, 1839. 
1530 — 4. SARAH J., b. Oct. 26, 1840; m. Oct. 20, 1862, William 
Williamson. Children: 

I. Blanche Williamson, b. Aug. 2, 1863. 

II. Lou Williamson, b. May 12, 1867. 

1531— 5. HARRIET CODDING, b. Apr. 10, 1842; m. Feb. 7, 
1866, George Ross Kibby, now deceased. Children: 

I. Minnie E. Kibby, b. Nov. 5, 1866. 

II. Eldo Kibby, b. Sept. 8, 1868. 

III. Frank E. Kibby, b. Aug. 28, 1870. 

IV. Chester C. Kibby, b. Dec. 1, 1872. 

V. Edith E. Kibby, 

VI. Ernest E. Kibby, 

VII. George Ross Kibby, b. Jan. 28, 1878. 

VIII. Melford S. Kibby, b. Dec. 18, 1880. 



twins, b. Jan. 18, 1876. 



1532—6. CHESTER JEFFERSON, b. Aug. 8, 1843. See 

CCCXCII. 

!533— 7- CLAYTON CLAY, b. Oct. 14, 1842; d. Dec. 28, 1845. 

1534—8. CLAYTON A., b. Apr. 17, 1847. See CCCXCIII. 

i«53S — 9. CORNELIUS,) . 1T1 oojti r o o 

DOD y 7 twins, b. July 7, 1848; d. July 26, 1848. 

1536 — 10. CORNELIA, j 

1537— 11. SAMUEL MELFORD, b. Dec. 29, 1849. See 
CCCXCIV. 

1538—12. ALICE A., b. Mar. 26, 1851; d. Aug. 23, 1851. 

I539—I3- FRANK LAMAN, b. Nov. 6, 1852; d. Dec. 28, 1888. 

1540—14. MARY LOUISE, b. Oct. 6, 1853; m - Jan. 1, 1877, 
George R. Chrisman, son of Gideon R. and Esther 
(Hagenbaugh) Chrisman. Children: 

I. Don E. Chrisman, b. May 13, 1881. 

II. Winnie Chrisman, b. Feb. 15, 1883. 

1541—15. AMELIA CORA, b. Sept. 18, 1854; m. March 30, 
1882, Jeremiah Chrisman, son of Gideon and Esther 
(Hagenbaugh) Chrisman. Child: 

Nellie Chrisman, b. Aug. 19, 1883. 



SEVENTH GENERATION 211 

1542 — 16. IDA MAY, b. Oct. 3, 1855; m. Dec. 22, 1881, Reuben 
Willey. Children: 

I. Ruby May Willey, b. Sept. 12, 1883. 

II. Frankie Fern Willey, b. May 16, 1886. 

III. Clair Wolcott Willey, b. March 24, 1891. 



— CCXXXIII— 

THOMAS 7 WOLCOTT [787] (Luke 6 , Thomas 5 , 
Thomas 41 , Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) Aug. 18, 1791, 
Abigail, dau, of Martin Preston, of Dover, N. Y. ; she d. 
Jan. 3, 1805; (2nd) Jan. 26, 1818, Mrs. Abigail Riches, dau. 
of Joseph Reynolds, of Lincklaen. He d. Jan. 7, 1830. 
Children : — 

1543 — 1. LYDIA, b. Oct. 23, 1795; m. Nov. 10, 1820, Lyman 

Thayer. 
1544—2. MARTIN PRESTON, b. Dec. 1, 1797. See 

CCCXCV. 
1545—3. MARTILLAS CONANT, b. Jan. 7, 1800. See 

CCCXCVI. 
1546—4. THOMAS JUDD, b. March 27, 1802, at Dover, N. Y. 

See CCCXCVII. 
1547—5- DAVID, b. May 3, 1821. See CCCXCVIII. 



— CCXXXIV— 

\VHEELP2R 7 WOLCOTT [789] (Luke 6 , Thomas 5 , 
Thomas 4 , Henry 3 , Simon 1 , Henry 1 ) m. Dec. 19, 1799, 
Patience Case. wShe was b. Aug. 29, 1776, and d. Nov. 12, 
1858, at Parma, N. Y. He d. Nov. 25, 1866, at Parma, 
N. Y. Children:— 



212 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

1548— i. AARON CASE, b. July 20, 1802. See CCCXCIX. 
1549 — 2. PATIENCE, b. Feb. 26, 1805; m. Timothy Stearns. 
Children: 

I. Charles Stearns. 

II. Ellen Stearns. 

I 55° — 3- LYMAN, b. March 10, 1807. 

1551 — 4. LYDIA, b. July 21, 1809; m. Oct. 21, 1836, Martin 

Dickinson; d. Dec. 6, 1883. 
1552—5. CHAUNCEY M., b. Nov. 23, 1813; m. (1st) May 16, 

1840, Margaret Parker; (2nd) Ann Depew. 
1553—6. PERES CASE, b. Nov. 29, 1816. See CCCC. 
1554—7. LEMAN SQUIRE, b. Jan. 23, 1820. See CCCCI. 



— CCXXXV— 

THOMAS HUBBLE 7 WOLCOTT [801] (Thomas 6 , 
Thomas 5 , Thomas*, Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. July 8, 
1830, Miranda Sullivan, dau. of James and Patty H. Sulli- 
van, of Canandaigua, N. Y. She was b. July 24, 1812, at 
Canandaigua, N. Y., and d. Aug. 3, 1895, at Mt. Morris, 
N. Y. He d. Dec. 9, 1875, at Flint, Mich. Children, b. at 
Shelby, N. Y. :— 

1555— 1. CAROLINE, b. March 28, 1831; m. (1st) David 
Thurston; (2nd) Henry King; d. March 30, 1907. 

1556—2. MARTHA JANE, b. Sept. 30, 1832; m. Apr. 14, 1849, 
David Wetherell, son of John and Juda Bullard 
Wetherell, of Richmond, N. Y.; d. Jan. 14, 191 1. 

Their dau., Jane Wetherell, b. Feb. 17, 1853, at Shelby, 
N. Y. ; m. July 4, 1868, James McWatters, son of 
Thomas and Margaret Guer McWatters, of Glen Morris, 
Ontario, Canada. She d. June 27, 1902, at Saginaw, 
(W. S.) Mich. 



SEVENTH GENERATION 213 

Their dau., Margaret Delilah McWatters, b. June 3, 
1874, at Watford, Ontario, Canada; m. Jan. 11, 
1899, John N. Southgate, son of John N. and Julia 
G. Southgate, of Saginaw, (W. S.) Mich* Resides 
at Saginaw, (W. S.) Mich. Child: 

Helen Beatrice Southgate, b. Aug. 10, 1904. 

1557—3- JAMES, b. Feb. 14, 1834. See CCCCII. 

1558 — 4. SALEM, b. July 24, 1835; m. Sarah Murray. 

1559 — 5. HIRAM, b. Jan. 18, 1837; m. (1st) Mariette Dolittle; 
(2nd) Mattie Patrick; d. June 14, 1896. 

1560—6. LAURENS, b. Dec. 12, 1838; d. May 8, 1844. 

1561— 7. HELEN MARR, b. Sept. 9, 1840; m. Hiram Butter- 
field. 

1562—8. ORIN, b. Feb. 3, 1842; d. July 9, 1847. 

J 5 6 3 — 9- MARIAN, b. Apr. 22, 1844; m. (1st) Justin Huett; 
(2nd) Warren Gusten. 

1564—10. MARGARET, b. Mar. 14, 1846; m. John Flint; d. 
July 27, 1869, at Burton, Mich. 

1565— 11. GEORGE, b. Mar. 13, 1848; d. Feb. 23, 1851. 

1566 — 12. ELIZA, b. Feb. 10, 1850; m. James Harris; d. Apr. 
21, 1873, at Flint, Mich. 

1567—13. THOMAS, b. July 8, 1852; m. Mary Sprague. 



— CCXXXVI— 

WILLIAM WALLACE 7 WOLCOTT [809] (Roger\ 
Thom,as r> , Thomas*, Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. June 11, 
1828, Olive Kingsbury Norton, of Herkimer, N. Y. She 
was b. May 30, 1809, at Herkimer, N. Y., and d. Jan. 10, 
1888, at Yorkville, N. Y. He d. April 21, 1869, at York- 
ville, N. Y. Children:— 

1568— 1. SARAH, b. July 26. 1829; d. April 8, 1883. 

[569—2. JAMES, b. Dec. 27, 1831. 

1570— 3- MARIETTA, b. May 12, 1834; d. T909. 



214 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

1571— 4. NORTON, b. Oct. 20, 1837; d. Apr. 10, 1884. 
1572—5. WILLIAM WALLACE, b. Aug. 24, 1840; d. Mar. 

6, 1861. 
1573 — 6. HENRY R., b. July 19, 1842; d. July 25, 1864. 
1574—7. MELVIN A., b. Sept. 23, 1844; d. Dec. 25, 1878. 
1575—8. OLIVE ELIZABETH, b. June 28, 1847; d. Jan. 24, 

1850. 
1576— 9. FRANCES ELLEN, b. Dec. 13, 1849; d. Apr. 23, 

1888. 
1577—10. DAVID CLINTON, b. Oct. 27, 1854. See CCCCIII. 



— CCXXXVII— 

ASA 7 WOLCOTT [812] (Roger*, Gideon 5 , Thomas 4 , 
Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. May 10, 1824, Elizabeth, dau. 
of Elbridge Stanton, of Hamilton, Canada; d. Jan. 9, 1852. 
Children : — 

1578— 1. MARY, b. Oct. 2, 1825; m. Nov. 7, 1848, Robert M. 

Hunt, of St. Charles, 111. 
1570, — 2. ROGER, b. May 23, 1827, at Cobourg, Canada. See 

CCCCIV. 
1580—3. OLIVER S., b. April 14, 1830. 



— CCXXXVIII— 

WALTER 7 WOLCOTT [814] (Roger 6 , Gideon 5 , 
Thomas 4 , Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Nov. 16, 1858, at 
New Lebanon, 111., Nancy Shields, dau. of William and 
Jane Shields. She was b. Nov. 1, 1837. He d. March 11, 
1868, at Compton, 111. Children:— 

1581— 1. HENRY H., b. July 6, i860, in Kane Co., 111. See 

CCCCV. 
1582—2. WALTER E., b. May 28, 1864, in Kane Co., 111. 



SEVENTH GENERATION 215 

— CCXXXIX— 

GIDEOX 7 WOLCOTT [818] (Elisha G , Gideon 5 , 
Thomas 4 , Henry*, Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Jan. 22, 1825, Anna, 
dau. of Daniel, Jr., and Lucretia (Coates) Brown, of 
Jerusalem, N. Y. She was b. 1805, and d. March 2, 1864. 
He d. Nov. 2, 1887, at Germantown, Pa. Child: — 

1583 — 1. MARY, m. Gen. Charles L. Kilbourne. 



— CCXL— 

OLIVER PLATT 7 WOLCOTT [820] (Elisha 6 , 
Gideon 5 , Thomas 4 , Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. June 10, 
1832, Sophia, dau. of Samuel Stewart. She was b. June 10, 
1813, and d. April 20, 1867, at Milwaukee, Wis. He d. 
March 16, 1901, at Milwaukee, Wis. Children:— 

1584— 1. JANE STEELE, b. April 19, 1833; m. Oct. 17, 1854, 

Joel N. Gillett. 
1585—2. SUSAN ROBINSON, b. March 16, 1835; d. Aug. 

16, 1840. 
1586 — 3. FRANK, b. April 1, 1839; d. Aug. 19, 1840. 
1587—4. HUBERT, b. Dec. 22, 1843. See CCCCVI. 



— CCXLI— 

ERASTUS BRADLEY 7 WOLCOTT [821] (Elisha G , 
Gideon 5 , Thomas 4 , Henry''', Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) studied medi- 
cine; stationed at Fort Mackinac where he m. Apr. 14, 1836, 
Elizabeth Jane, dau. of Michael Dousman, Esq. She d. Oct. 
28, 1860. He removed to Milwaukee in 1840, and m. (2nd) 
Oct. 12, 1869, Laura J., dau. of James Ross. She graduated 
at the Woman's Medical College, Philadelphia, Pa., in 1856, 



216 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

and was also eminent in the profession. He was a prominent 
man and Surgeon-General of the State of Wisconsin; d. 
Jan. 5, 1880. Children:— 

1588— i. CATHARINE JANE, b. Apr. 5, 1837; d. Jan. 29, 

1839. 
1589—2. ARTHUR WELLESLEY, b. Feb. 21, 1840; d. Apr. 

24, 1844. 
!590— 3- MARIAN JANE, b. Jan. 18, 1842; m. Dec. 1, 1863, 

Capt. Theodore Yates, 13 Infantry, U. S. A., later 

colonel. He had charge (1879) of the Soldiers' 

Home in Milwaukee. Children: 

I. Arthur Wolcott Yates, b. Feb. 14, 1865; m. 1881, 
Harriett Douglas, of Washington, D. C. 

II. Carol Marion Yates, b. April 2, 1869; m. Sept. 17, 
1880, Louis Allis. 

III. John Laurence Yates, b. Feb. 27, 1873; m. Kath- 
rine Gross, of Baltimore, Md. 

1 591— 4. DOUGLAS DOUSMAN, b. May 20, 1844. 

!S9 2 — 5- HERRO, b. Sept. 20, 1846; d. Oct. 28, 1847. 



— CCXLII— 

GEORGE WASHINGTON 7 WOLCOTT [823] 
(Elisha G , Gideon 5 , Thomas*", Henry 9 ', Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
Nov. 28, 1849, at Barrington, N. Y., Flora, dau. of John 
and Susan Shaw, of Barrington, N. Y. She was b. March 
29, 1829. He represented the county in the New York 
Legislature. Children ; — 

I593—I- HERRO, b. March 7, d. Sept. 17, 185 1. 
1594—2. SAXTON SHAW, b. March 19, 1852. See CCCCVII. 
1595—3- GUERTHA, b. June 6, 1853; m. Sept. 27, 1882, at 
Penn Yan, N. Y., Seneca L. Pratt, son of Harvey D. 



SEVENTH GENERATION 217 

and Caroline (Pierce) Pratt, of Penn Yan, N. Y. 
He was b. Jan. 12, 185 1. She d. June 8, 1909, at 
Rochester, N. Y. Children: 

I. Carrie Louise Pratt, b. Jan. 8, 1884. 

II. Florence Wolcott Pratt, b. Jan. 3, 1888. 

1596—4. BURTON, b. May 23, d. Aug. 11, 1855. 

1597 — 5. EMMA, b. June 14, 1857; m. Oct. 1, 1878, at Penn 

Yan, N. Y., Martin C. Stark, son of Charles M. and 

Caroline M. (Reynolds) Stark, of Penn Yan, N. Y. 

He was b. Dec. 20, 185 1, at Utica, N. Y., and d. 

April 12, 1909, at Penn Yan, N. Y. Children, b. 

at Penn Yan, N. Y.: 

I. Helen L. Stark, b. Dec. 5, 1879. Resides at Penn 
Yan, N. Y. 

II. Charles M. Stark, b. July 9, 1881. 

III. Charles Wolcott Stark, b. Aug. 11, 1882. 

IV. John V. Stark, b. July 22, 1885. 

V. Flora C. Stark, b. Aug. 26, 1887. 

VI. Paul M. Stark, b. Oct. 14, 1889. 

1598 — 6. ARTHUR, b. June 15, i860; d. March 12, 1906, unm. 
at Penn Yan, N. Y. 



— CCXLIII— 

ITTLAND GRIEVE 7 WOLCOTT [834] (Walter*, 
Gideon', Thomas* ' , Henri/', Simon 1 , Henry 1 ) studied medi- 
cine and received a diploma in 1844; afterwards studied law 
and was admitted to the bar in 1851. Lived in Dundee, 
N. Y., and combined land surveying with his law practice; 
m. Jan. 5, 1860, Emily Caroline, dau. of Sherlock Andrews, 
of Yates County. Children : — 

1599— 1. HELEN PAMELIA, b. Jan. 18, 1861. 
1600—2. EDITH ABIGAIL, b. Aug. 31, 1865. 



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WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



— CCXLIV— 

JOHN DORSET 7 WOLCOTT [837] (Walter 6 , 
Gideon 5 , Thomas*, Henry*, Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. June 11, 
1856, Caroline, dau. of William Cornwell. She was b. July 
6, 1833, at Penn Yan, ]S T . Y. An attorney at law in Dundee, 
N. Y. D. Jan. 3, 1874. Children:— 

1601— i. ABIGAIL, b. Dec. 25, 1857. 

1602—2. WALTER, b. Dec. 15, 1859. 

1603—3. FRANCIS EVERT, b. May 31, 1862; d. June 12, 1863. 

1604—4. JOHN DORSEY, b. May 17, 1871. 



— CCXLV— 

AMBROSE 7 WOLCOTT [854] (Gideon Peter*, Peter 5 , 
Thomas 4 , Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) April 6, 1834, 
Julia Ann, dau. of Aaron Belden, of Rocky Hill; she d. 
Aug. 9, 1840; (2nd) Oct. 16, 1842, Elizabeth Belden, her 
sister; she d. March 4, 1851; (3rd) Feb. 3, 1853, Mary J., 
dau. of Davis Smith, of Wallingford. He d. Jan. 18, 1878. 
Children : — 



1605— 1 
1606 — 2 

1607—3 
1608 — 4 
1609—5 
1610 — 6 
161 1 — 7 
1612— 8 



JEANETTE, b. Aug. 3, 1843; d. Feb. 17, 1861. 

D WIGHT, b. April 9, 1845; killed in battle at 

Fredericksburg, Dec. 12, 1862. 
HENRY, b. Sept. 18, 1849; d. Sept. 18, 1850. 
FRANCIS, b. July 12, d. Aug. 18, 1850. 
CHARLES, b. May 2, 1856. 
CARRIE, b. Sept. 4, 1859. 
GEORGE, b. May 12, 1861. 
IDA, b. Nov. 23, 1863. 



— CCXLVI— 

THOMAS 7 WOLCOTT [860] (Wilhelmus 6 , Peter 5 , 
Thomas 4 , Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 1829, Sally Williams. 
Children : — 



SEVENTH GENERATION 



219 



1613— I. 


RENSSELAER, b. June, 1830. See CCCCVIII 


1 614 2. 


JANE, m. Rensselaer Decker. 


I6I5—3- 


PHILO. 


1 61 6 — 4. 


SARAH. 


1617—5- 


SPENCER, m. Sarah Austin. 


1 618— 6. 


JOHN. 


1 619 — 7. 


EMMA. 


1620 — 8. 


WILLIAM, m. Amelia Hutchinson. 



— CCXLVII— 

HENRY AUGUSTUS 7 WOLCOTT [872] (Augus- 
tus*, Giles*, Peter*, Henry*, Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 1836, Eliza 
Ann Williams ; d. May 21, 1850. Children :— 

1621—1. WILLIAM AUGUSTUS, b. May 3, 1837. See 

CCCCIX. 
1622—2. HENRY OLIVER, b. May 31, 1839, at Elyria, O. 

See CCCCX. 
1623—3. MARY HARRIET, b. May 15, 1840; m. F. H. 

Williams; d. Aug. 27, 1880. 
1624 — 4. SARAH, b. May 23, 1841; m. Dec. 12, 1866, John 

Mollison. Children: 

I. Minnie Ellen Mollison, b. Jan. 24, 1868. 

II. Orville A. Mollison, b. Aug. 13, 1869. 

III. Margaret H. Mollison, b. Sept. 12, 1874. 

IV. William Henry Mollison, b. Mar. 14, 1881. 



1625—5. ROSANN, b. Nov. 23, 1842; m. Frank Shipton; d. 
Oct. 19, 1875. 

1626 — 6. NANCY, b. Mar. 23, 1844; m. James Skene; d. Aug., 

[909. 
1627—7. CAROLINE, 1). Oct. 23, 1847; m. Charles Barrett. 
1628—8. ELLEN, b. July 13. 1849; m. Mar. 20, 1873, Solon 



220 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

Way Stanton, son of Elias and Matilda Stanton; he 
was b. July 20, 1850. She d. Mar. 4, 1886. 

Their dau., Matilda D. Stanton, b. Sept. 28, 1875; m. 
June 12, 1901, John Niemeyer. Resides at Winslow, 111. 
Children : 

i. Geraldine Niemeyer, b. May 26, 1902; d. July 

9, 1909. 

ii. John Alden Niemeyer, b. Jan. 4, 1911. 

1629—9. OLIVE CATHERINE, b. Aug. 27, 1853; m. George 

Barrett. 
1630—10. DORA, b. Nov. 11, 1856; d. Jan. 12, 1863. 



— CCXLVIII— 

TIMOTHY PICKERING 7 WOLCOTT [875] 
(Augustus 6 , Giles 5 , Peter 4 , Henry 5 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
1849, Sarah Coates; d. in 1862. Children:— 

1631— 1. SARAH. 
1632—2. ELLEN. 
1633—3. WILLIAM. 



— CCXLIX— 

DANIEL HUNTINGTON 7 WOLCOTT [876] 
(Augustus , Giles 5 , Peter 4 , Henry 5 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
1841, Jane Seymour. Served in the Civil War; d. Nov. 24, 
1865, at Talladega, Ala. Children: — 

1634 — 1. ALDEN E., b. July 11, 1843; m - July 3°> I ^7 I , Mary 

Louisa Vanderbilt, of Osage, la. 
1635—2. AMELIA LOIS, b. July 1, 1845; m. J. L. Enos. 
1636—3. EMMA JANE, b. Nov. 23, 1850; m. J. M. Gray. 








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SEVENTH GENERATION 221 

— CCL— 

SAMUEL 7 WOLCOTT [880] (Elihu Q , Samuel*, 
Gideon 4 " , Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) Sept. 5, 1839, 
Catharine Elizabeth, dau. of Ezra Wood, of Westminster, 
Mass.; (2nd) Nov. 1, 1843, Harriet Amanda, dau. of Jona- 
than A. Pope, of Millbury, Mass. She was b. June 29, 1821, 
and d. Feb. 5, 1901. He d. 1886. Children:— 

1637— 1. SAMUEL ADAMS, b. Sept. 3, 1844. See CCCCXI. 

1638—2. HENRY ROGER, b. Mar. 15, 1846; resides at 
Purchase, N. Y. When eighteen years old he 
enlisted in the Cleveland Regiment for one hundred 
days service and was sent to the defense of Wash- 
ington. He was transferred by his own request to 
the 140th Ohio Regiment and served until the regi- 
ment was mustered out in the fall of 1864. In 1878 
he was elected State Senator from Gilpin County, 
Colorado. In 1888 he was Chairman of the State 
Delegation of the National Republican Convention 
at Chicago. He built the Observatory at Colorado 
College, Colorado Springs. 

1639—3. EDWARD OLIVER, b. Mar. 26, 1848; served in the 
150th Ohio Volunteers in 1864; entered Yale in 
1866; graduated from Harvard Law School in 1871; 
elected U. S. Senator from Colorado for twelve years 
beginning in 1889; in 1896 received degree of 
LL. D. from Yale University; in 1900 was President 
of the Republican National Convention at Phila- 
delphia; m. June 14, 1890, Frances Metcalf, widow 
of Lyman K. Bass, of Buffalo, N. Y. He d. March 
1, 1905, in Italy. His "Life and Character," written 
by Thomas Dawson, has recently been privately 
printed for circulation among friends. 

1640—4. HARRIET AGNES, b. Mar. 15, 1850; m. Apr. 
29, 1879, Frederick O. Vaille, of Denver, Colo. 
Children: 

I. I tarriel Wolcott Vaille. 

II. Edith Wolcott Vaille. 

III. Agnes Wolcott Vaille. 



222 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

1 641— 5. WILLIAM EDGAR, b. Apr. 26, 1852. See CCCCXII. 

1642—6. KATHARINE ELLEN, b. Aug. 25, 1854; m. Nov. 
25, 1880, Charles H. Toll, of Denver, Attorney 
General of Colorado. He d. Dec. 4, 1901. Resides 
at Denver, Colo. Children: 

I. Charles Hansen Toll, Jr., b. May 21, 1882. 

II. Roger Wolcott Toll, b. Oct. 17, 1883. 

III. Henry Wolcott Toll, b. Nov. 5, 1887. 

IV. Oliver Wolcott Toll, b. Aug. 3, 1891. 

1643—7. MARY ALICE, b. July 24, 1856; d. Feb. 3, 1858. 
1644—8. ANNA LOUISA, b. May 25, 1858. Resides at 

Denver, Colo. 
1645—9. CLARA GERTRUDE, b. Dec. 17, 1859. Resides at 

Denver, Colo. 
1646—10. HERBERT WALTER, b. Nov. 25, 1861. See 

CCCCXIII. 
1647— 11. CHARLOTTE AUGUSTA, b. Oct. 20, 1863; m. 

Jan. 5, 1904, Capt. Charles F. Bates, of the U. S. A., 

stationed at present at Fort Leavenworth, Kan. 

She d. Apr. 16, 191 2, at Fort Leavenworth, Kan. 

Child: 

Roger Wolcott Bates, b. Dec. 28, 1904. 



— CCLI— 

ARTHUR 7 WOLCOTT [881] (Elihu 6 , Samuel 5 , 
Gideon*, Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) July 12, 1849, 
Sarah Ann, dau. of Gen. William Morrison, of Lock Haven, 
Pa.; (2nd) Clara, dau. of Gen. William G. Belknap, U. S. 
A., of Newburg, N. Y. Lived in Keokuk, Iowa; d. Nov. 
28, 1873. Children:— 

1648— 1. SARAH MORRISON. 

1649—2. BERTHA BELKNAP, b. Apr. 10, 1865. 



SEVENTH GENERATION 223 

— CCLII— 

ELIZUR 7 WOLCOTT [882] (Elihu Q , Samuel 5 , 
Gideon 4 , Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) graduated at Yale in 
1839, being one of the early members of the famous "Skull 
and Bones" Society. He studied medicine in Boston for one 
year, went to England before the mast, and after some 
further travel settled in Jacksonville, 111.; m. July 15, 1846, 
Martha Lyman, dau. of Daniel Dwight, of Amherst, Mass. 
Was long a member of the Board of Education of Jackson- 
ville, planned and carried out the city system of water-works, 
and laid out the Diamond Grove Cemetery, in which his re- 
mains now repose. He d. in March, 1901, at Berkeley, Cal. 
Children : — 

1650— i. LEOFWYN, b. Nov. 20, 1847; d. Aug. 7, 1858. 

1651— 2. EDITH DWIGHT, b. Dec. 19, 1850; m. Dec. 22, 
1897, John Herbert Davis, son of John and Mary 
(Phelps) Davis. Resides at Lynchburg, Va. 

1652 — 3. ELIHU, b. Dec. 30, 1859; d. Aug. 29, i860. 

1653—4. MARY MATOON, b. May 14, 1863; m. Dec. 22, 
1886, Edward Bull Clapp, son of Charles Wells and 
Jane (Bassett) Clapp. Resides at Berkeley, Cal. 
Children: 

I. Edith Dwight Clapp, b. Jan. 3, 1889. 

II. Miriam Wolcott Clapp, b. Nov. 10, 1890; m. Feb. 
17, 1912, Richard Stewart Dyer-Bennett, Lieutenant in 
the British Army. 



— CCLIII— 

RICHMOND 7 WOLCOTT [888] (EUhu 6 , Samuel 6 , 
Gideon 4 , Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. July 11, 1865, Jane 
Van Vechten, dau. of James D. B. Salter, of Springfield, 111. 
An attorney at law. He d. May 14, 1908. Children: — 



224 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

1654— i. CORDELIA LELAND, b. May 9, 1866; m. Oct. 4, 
1897, Parkinson Unwin, son of Charles Oakes 
Unwin, of Liverpool, Eng. Child: 

Richmond Wolcott Unwin, b. Nov. 2, 1899. 

1655—2. LUCY SALTER, b. Nov. 13, 1867; m. (1st) May 21, 
1889, Charles Ryan, son of Dr. Charles Ryan, of 
Springfield, 111. He d. Mar. 31, 1905; (2nd) April 
12, 1909, Edwin W. Bear, of St. Louis, Mo. 

1656—3. ELLA RICHMOND, b. July 5, 1873; d. Feb. 3, 1875. 



— CCLIV— 

OLIVER 7 WOLCOTT [900] (Cornelius*, Roger 5 , 
Roger 4 , Roger 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. April 27, 1826, Mary, 
dau. of Abel Mumford, of Enfield; resided (1849) in Barre 
Center, N. Y. Children: — 

1657— 1. MARY AMELIA, b. Feb. 17, 1827; d. July 26, 1848. 
1658—2. LAURA SEDANA, b. March 1, 1833. 
1659—3. MARTHA ELIZABETH, b. Sept. 12, 1836. 



— CCLV— 

CORNELIUS 7 WOLCOTT [903] (Cornelius 6 , Roger 5 , 
Roger 4 , Roger 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Sophia Hale, of East 
Longmeadow, Mass.; d. in Springfield, Jan. 23, 1843. 
Children : — 

1660— 1. OLIVER, b. May 10, 1827. 

1661— 2. GORDON HALL, b. Oct. 27, 1828. 



SEVENTH GENERATION 225 

— CCLVI— 

WILLIAM HENRY 7 WOLCOTT [910] (Seth 6 , 
Roger 5 , Roger*, Roger*, Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Sept. 24, 1845, 
Almira, dau. of Oliver Bissell, of Manchester; resided (1879) 
in East Hartford, Conn. Children: — 

1662 — 1. ELLA, b. July 13, 1846. 

1663—2. FRANCES, b. April 9, 1850; m. Nov. 1, 1871, Fred- 
erick Belknap Clark, of Hartford, Conn. Children, 
b. at E. Hartford, Conn.: 

I. Elsie Wolcott Clark, b. Feb. 26, 1877. 

II. Harry Botsford Clark, b. Apr. 15, 1880. 

III. Frederick Belknap Clark, Jr., b. Sept. 21, 1885. 



— CCLVII— 

ANSON 7 WOLCOTT [914] (James 6 , Epaphras 5 , 
Roger 4 , Roger 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) is said to have come from 
the Springfield Armory in Massachusetts where he was em- 
ployed to New York State where his brother Epaphras had 
preceded him. Settled at East Bloomfield, N. Y. He m. 
March 29, 1821, at Mendon, N. Y., Lurenda Hawley Gillett. 
She d. in Canandaigua, N. Y., Aug. 17, 1869, and was buried 
in Bristol, N. Y., by the side of her husband. He d. Oct. 17, 
1864. Children, b. at East Bloomfield, N. Y.:— 

1664— 1. MARY ANN, b. Apr. 25, 1823; m. Sept. 18, 1849, 
David Kendall, of New Lebanon, N. Y. He was 
b. Jan. 24, 1816, in Millbury, Mass.; d. July 6, 1862, 
in East Bloomfield, N. Y., and is buried in Bristol, 
N. Y. Children, b. at Rochester, N. Y.: 

I. David Wolcott Kendall, b. Oct. 11, 1851 ; m. (1st) in 
1881, Delia Colby, who d. in 1899; (2nd) Nov. 5, 1900, 



226 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

Helen E., dau. of James and Mary Ada (Smith) Miller, 
of Grand Rapids, Mich. He d. Feb. 16, 1910, in the 
City of Mexico, on his return from a trip to Yucatan. 

David Wolcott Kendall attended school until eighteen 
years old, spending the latter years at Canandaigua, 
(N. Y.) Academy. From earliest boyhood he was fond 
of drawing and started work as a designer in a furniture 
factory in Rochester, N. Y., devoting attention also to 
obtaining a facility with tools and the manufacturing 
methods and apparatus of the business and studying in 
the evening architecture, wood engraving, sculpture and 
modeling. 

He first became identified with life in Grand Rapids 
about 1885, when he engaged as designer for the Phoenix 
Furniture Company. He was later made treasurer of 
the company. His designs were of such a character of 
grace and excellence that he soon became known the 
world over, and was the dean of the world's furniture 
designers. His ability in this line and his high order 
of intelligence in subjects of art and history gained for 
him a ready entrance to circles embracing the artistic 
geniuses of the country. A little more than a year be- 
fore his death he visited the Orient. Hardly a spot on 
the globe which had any history or importance escaped 
him. His home was filled with rare and beautiful curios 
which he had picked up on his travels. Though rather 
exclusive in his friendship, those to whom he gave his 
confidence found him an intensely interesting man. 

As a craftsman he was daring in his originality. To 
his venturesome skill is largely ascribed the vogue of 
metal parts and other carving substitutes in the orna- 
mentation of wood in a field where he energetically 
furthered the introduction of period styles and corrected 
his own work and that of his imitators by trips abroad 
to compare the products of his own factory with the 
old examples. Of Mr. Kendall's accomplishments in 
wood finishes alone a long story might be written. He 
was the first to bring out the antique oak, the sixteenth 
century and the Early English finishes, including cre- 
mona, malachite or forest green and the tobacco brown. 
Had he been able to control by patents the different 
finishes he had introduced he would have made a fortune. 

About twelve years ago Mr. Kendall brought out 
what was known as the McKinley chair, designed on 
simple lines, spacious and comfortable. This had a 



SEVENTH GENERATION 227 

great sale and is said to be the real basis for the modern 
arts and crafts furniture. 

While, as has been said, his attention was largely 
given to the art of furniture making, he felt trammeled 
by the commercial side and looked upon it only as a 
means to becoming an artist pure and simple. Of the 
versatility of this many-sided man one has only to think 
of his accomplishments as a furniture designer, carver, 
mechanic, clay worker, sculptor, artist in oil and water 
colors, photographer, musician and scientist. Of his 
work as a chemist in bringing out wood stains and 
finishes the furniture trade knows full well, but Mr. 
Kendall was also an anatomist, a literary and art critic, 
an historian and a bibliophile. His name will be re- 
membered in the history of furniture as long as Edison's 
in the history of electricity, Marconi's in telegraphy, or 
Lister's in medicine. 

II. Olive Crane Kendall, b. July 7, 1853 ; m. Irving 
Dean. 

III. Thomas Jefferson Kendall, b. Oct. 17, 1855. 

1665—2. SUSAN MELISSA, b. Jan. 17, 1825; m. Oct. 17, 
1858, Ezekiel Scudder; d. Dec. 27, 1885. Child: 

Sarah Josephine Scudder, b. Oct. 31, 1860; d. Aug. 31, 
1862. 

1666—3. ANSON SPENCER, b. March 22, 1827. See 

CCCCXIV. 
1667—4. LURENDA GILLETT, b. Feb. 11, 1829; m. Charles 

Hall; d. Aug. 24, 1896. 
1668—5. SARAH POMEROY, b. Sept. 15, 1832; d. June 3, 

1850, buried in the family lot at Bristol, N. Y. 
1669—6. ASINEATH ESTHER, b. April 17, 1840; m. Aug. 

15, 1864, Delinar W. Scudder, son of Ezekiel 

Scudder. Child: 

Grace Lurenda Scudder, b. Oct. 10, 1867. 

1670—7. FRANCES EMILY, b. Aug. 25, 1842; m. May 27, 
1866, Theodore Parker Whiting. lie d. April 20, 
1878, at Harrison Valley, Pa. 



228 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

— CCLVIII— 

EPAPHRAS 7 WOLCOTT [915] (James 6 , Epaphras 5 , 
Roger* , Roger 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. May 25, 1811, Naomi, 
dau. of Lemuel Paul, of Bloomfield, N. Y. She was b. Aug. 
19, 1791, and d. Nov. 11, 1853. At the age of eighteen years 
he left the Springfield (Mass.) Armory where he was em- 
ployed and walked to New York State. It is related that 
being in doubt as to which way to turn he threw his cane over 
his shoulder and went in the direction indicated. He settled 
in Bloomfield, Ontario County, where his older brother 
Anson came from Windsor several years later. In 1827 he 
removed with his family to Rochester and built a family 
homestead upon the high eastern bank of the Genesee River 
overlooking the village. He purchased a large tract of land 
bordering the Genesee River and comprising much of what 
is now the southern portion of the city of Rochester, more 
than fifty acres of which forms a part of the beautiful ceme- 
tery of Mount Hope. He d. Aug. 25, 1852. Mr. Epaphras 
Wolcott was a man of much character and natural ability. 
He was a member of the First Baptist Church and was often 
called upon to speak at public meetings. Children : — 

1671—1. SARAH MUNSELL, b. Oct. 15, 1812; m. Feb. 13, 
1834, David R. Barton, of Rochester, N. Y. He was 
b. July 4, 1805, and d. April 25, 1875. She d. Aug. 
11, 1903. Children, b. at Rochester, N. Y. : 

I. Cornelia Barton, b. June 20, 1836; d. next day. 

II. Julia Munsell Barton, b. Apr. 16, 1838; d. 
May 11, 1865. 

III. Charles Cassimir Barton, b. Oct. 2, 1840; d. 
June 28, 1903, at New York City. 

IV. Henry Epaphras Barton, b. Nov. 3, 1842. Now 
at Seattle, Wash. 

V. Augusta Antoinette Barton, b. Jan. 13, 1845. 

VI. George Wolcott Barton, b. Dec. 3, 1846; d. eight 
months old. 



SEVENTH GENERATION 229 

VII. Edward Munroe Barton, b. Feb. 14, 1849; d. 
April 7, 1885. 

VIII. Sarah Louisa Barton, b. Sept. 28, 1852; d. Jan. 
12, 1886. 

1672—2. ANSON FRANKLIN, b. June 12, 1814; m. Oct. 13, 

1846, Ann Eliza, dau. of Dennis Combs, of Mt. 

Morris, N. Y. She was b. Mar. 2, 1822, and d. Apr. 

19, 1904. He d. April 6, 1892. 
1673— 3. GEORGE PAUL, b. Nov. 24, 1816. See CCCCXV. 
1674—4. ELVIRA ANTOINETTE, b. Sept. 20, 1820; m. June 

26, 1864, E. J. Jenks, of Woburn, Mass.; d. Sept. 

24, 1865. 
1675 — 5. OLIVER EPAPHRAS, b. March 17, 1827; d. Oct. 

21, 1829. 

1676—6. MELVINA GEORGIANNA, b. June 21, 1834; d. 
Sept. 15, 1835. 



— CCLIX— 

JAMES 7 WOLCOTT [916] (James 6 , Epaphras 5 , 
Roger*, Roger*, Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Nov. 13, 1814, Lovisa 
Emily, dau. of Ebenezer B. Gould, of Rome, N. Y., who was 
a Captain in the Continental Army. She was b. July 15, 
1792, at Rome, N. Y., and d. about 1854, at Lockport, 
N. Y. He d. April 14, 1866, at Chicago, and is buried in 
Cold Spring Cemetery, at Lockport, N. Y. Children: — 

1677— 1. EBENEZER GOULD, b. Sept. 24, 1815, at Rome, 
N. Y. See CCCCXVI. 

1678—2. NORMAN,) • , c o (d. Aug. 15, 1818. 

' > twins, b. Sept. 30, 1817I & *" 

1679—3. WILLIAM, S l *' ' id. Sept. 30, 1817. 

1680—4. ANSON, b. Oct. 21, 1819, at Western, N. Y. See 
CCCCXVII. 

1681— 5. CHAUNCEY SMITH, (twins, b.| See CCCCXVIII. 

-(Nov. 12, > 
1682—6. FRANCIS STORY, lg2I J d. Jan. 4, 1822. 



230 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

1683— 7. CHARLES DARWIN, b. June 26, 1825, at Rome, 
N. Y. ; drowned June 16, 1844, at Lockport, N. Y. 

1684—8. BEULAH ANN, b. Aug. 21, 1827, at Rome, N. Y.; 
m. Aug. 21, 1845, at Lockport, N. Y., Benjamin 
Hawley Fletcher. He was b. at Bridport, Vt., Nov. 
13, 1813, and d. at Lockport, N. Y., Mar. 1, 1881. 
She d. Nov. 17, 1891, at Erie, Pa.. Children, b. at 
Lockport, N. Y.: 

I. Frances Emily Fletcher, b. Nov. 7, 1850; m. Oct. 

I, 1878, Charles B. Hull. 

II. Celia Wright Fletcher, b. Dec. 26, 1857; m. Oct. 

II, 1877, Joseph Prescott Metcalf, son of Prescott and 
Abigail Metcalf, of Erie, Pa. Resides at Erie, Pa. 
Children : 

i. Frances Fletcher Metcalf, b. Apr. 9, 1881 ; m. 
Sept. 4, 1902, Charles Francis Preston, of the U. S. 
Navy. 

ii. Mary Fletcher Metcalf, b. June 8, 1882; m. 
Dec. 5, 1906, John Randolph Robinson, of Balti- 
more, Md. 

iii. Ruth Metcalf, b. Jan. 17, 1885; m. Oct. 4, 1905, 
Ferdinand Witham Roebling, Jr., of Trenton, N. J. 
iv. Celia Margaret Metcalf, b. Jan. 9, 1887. 

III. Mary Fletcher, b. Nov. 5, 1859; m. Oct. 10, 1880, 
George Dudley Selden, of Erie, Pa.; d. Dec. 5, 1881, 
at Erie, Pa. 

1685—9. JAMES HENRY, b. Mar. 17, 1831, at Rome, N. Y. 
See CCCCXIX. 



— CCLX— 

NORMAN 7 WOLCOTT [917] (James\ Epaphras 5 , 
Roger 4 , Roger s , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) and his brother Anson 
engaged in the manufacture of silk near Rochester, N. Y. 
Later he went to Ohio and from there to Kentucky settling 
on the banks of the Green River; m. Feb. 1, 1820, Mary 



SEVENTH GENERATION 231 

Ann, dau. of Hester MacGregor, of North Carolina ; resided 
(1849) in Carrollton, Ky. He d. Oct. 3, 1852. She d. Oct. 
24, 1862, aged 64 years. Children: — 

1686 — i. JAMES, b. Nov. 13, 1820, in Warren County, O. See 

CCCCXX. 
1687—2. CHRISTINA, b. Nov. 15, 1822, near Rochester, 

N. Y.; m. April 2, 1846, James Henry, of South 

Carrollton, Ky. She d. Nov. 27, 1886, at South 

Carrollton, Ky. Children: 

I. J. S. Henry. 

II. W. C. Henry. 

III. A. M. Henry. 

IV. Mary E. Henry. 

V. S. M. Henry. 

VI. Mattie Henry. 

1688—3. ANSON, b. Feb. 2, 1825; d. July 8, 1826. 

1689—4. OLIVER HECTOR, b. Jan. 28, 1828, probably in 

New York. See CCCCXXI. 
1690 — 5. NANCY JANE, b. Feb. 22, 1831, near Rochester, 

N. Y. ; m. (1st) Aug. 19, 1857, Reason H. Everly, of 

McClain County, Ky.; (2nd) July 2, 1865, John A. 

Townes. Children : 

I. James Oliver Everly, b. Mar. 12, 1860; m. 1895, 
Mabel Pell. 

II. Ida Everly, b. Mar. 15, 1862; d. young. 

III. Mary Townes, b. 1866; d. 1883. 

IV. Nettie Townes, b. 1868; m. 1895, Arch Phillips 



— CCLXI— 

PARMENIO 7 WOLCOTT [923] ( Alfred"', Parmenio*, 
Roger 4 , Roger*, Simon' 1 , Henry 1 ) m. June 10, 1835, 
Kmeline, dau. of Simeon Tupper; lived in Boston, (). 
Children : — 



232 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

MALINDA, b. Dec. i, 1837. 
ALFRED NEWTON, b. May 8, 1840. 
LORETTE, b. Jan. 27, 1843. 
JAMES MONROE, b. Aug. 4, 1845. 
MARGARET LUCINDA, b. Aug. 18, 1862. 



1691- 


-I. 


1692- 


—2. 


1693- 


-3- 


1694- 


-4- 


1695- 


-5- 



— CCLXII— 

ALFRED 7 WOLCOTT [924] (Alfred?, Parmenio 5 , 
Roger 4 , Roger 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Apr. 18, 1831, Mary 
Ann, dau. of Leverett Scoville. She was b. 1821, in Con- 
necticut, and d. June 23, 1882, at Boston, O. Lived in 
Boston, O., where he d. March 17, 1891. Children: — 

1696— 1. SIMON PERKINS, b. Jan. 30, 1837. See 

CCCCXXII. 
1697—2. ANDREW AUGUSTUS, b. Jan. 29, 1839; d. Dec. 

8, 1841. 
1698—3. GEORGE YOUNG, b. Feb. 4, d. Feb. 27, 1841. 
1699—4. ANDREW AUGUSTUS, b. Feb. 1, 1842; d. in the 

late war, at Strasburg, Va., May 11, 1862. He d. 

for his country. Epitaph. 
1700—5. DARIUS YOUNG, b. May 26, 1845; <*. Aug. 12, 

1849. 
1701— 6. LUCINDA MARIA, b. July 1, 1847; d. Aug. 9, 1849. 
1702—7. THOMAS DARIUS, b. July 15, 1850; d. Aug. 11, 

1854. 
1703—8. JOHN MEADE, b. April 29, 1853. 
1704— 9. ANNA AUGUSTA, b. Feb. 23, 1856. 
1705—10. ALFRED, b. March 17, 1858. See CCCCXXIII. 
1706— 11. FREMONT, b. May 3, 1863. 



SEVENTH GENERATION 233 

— CCLXIII— 

ALFRED 7 WOLCOTT [932] (Parmenio*, Parmenio 5 , 
Roger 4 , Roger 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. March 20, 1834, Mary 
Henrietta, dau. of James Ledoyt, of Sardinia, X. Y. ; resided 
(1849) in Yorkshire, N. Y. Child:— 

1707— 1. WILLIAM FRANKLIN, b. Jan. 15, 1835. See 
CCCCXXIV. 



— CCLXIV— 

HENRY 7 WOLCOTT [933] (Parmenio 6 , Parmenio 5 , 
Roger 4 , Roger 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Feb. 22, 1835, Malinda, 
dau. of Isaac Munn, of Groton, N. Y. ; resided (1849) in 
Vevay, Ind. Children: — 

1708— 1. SARAH MARIA, b. June 15, 1836. 
1709 — 2. DELOS, b. March 15, 1844. 



— CCLXV— 

PARMENIO 7 WOLCOTT [934] (Parmenio 6 , 
Parmenio 5 , Roger 4 , Roger 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Jan. 15, 
1841, Alzina, dau. of Cyrus Turner; lived (1849) in Orange- 
ville, Mich. Child:— 

£710—1. ALFRED JEROME, b. Sept. 17, 1843. 



— CCLXVI— 

ALEXANDER SIMON 7 WOLCOTT [943] (Alex- 
ander*, Simon* , Alexander 4 , Roger 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
Mary Sanborn; lived in Bridgeport; d. about 1844; said to 
have been distinguished for mechanical ingenuity. Child: — 

171 1— 1. CYNTHIA LOUISA, b. 1834. 



234 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

In the New York Times, Jan. 28, 1883, it is stated that 
"Mr. A. S. Wolcott, who was for a long time in the business 
of daguerreotyping in this city, and afterwards opened a 
laboratory in London, really preceded Prof. Draper by sev- 
eral weeks, in the application of Daguerre's discovery" . 

"Mr. (A. S.) Wolcott, to whom may be ascribed the first 
image of the human face ever taken by sunlight." 



— CCLXVII— 

CHRISTOPHER PARSONS 7 WOLCOTT [952] 

(Christopher Columbus 6 ', Christopher* , Alexander 4 , Roger 3 , 
Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. April 18, 1844, Pamphila Stanton, dau. 
of David and Lucy Norman Stanton, of Steubenville, Ohio. 
She was b. Feb. 20, 1827, and d. Feb. 8, 1899, at Akron, Ohio. 
He d. April 4, 1863, at Akron, Ohio. Hon. Christopher P. 
Wolcott established himself at Akron in 1845. Attorney- 
General of State in 1850. Judge Advocate General 1861; 
Assistant Secretary of War. Children: — 

1712—1. CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS, b. Sept. 25, 1847. 

See CCCCXXV. 
1713— 2. WILLIAM MERWIN, b. Dec. 6, 1849; now living in 

Atlanta, Ga. 
1714—3. DARWIN STANTON, b. July 21, 1851. See 

CCCCXXVI. 



— CCLXVIII— 

HENRY PHILIP 7 WOLCOTT [954] (Christopher 
Columbus 6 , Christopher 5 , Alexander 4 , Roger 3 , Simon 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Jan. 26, 1847, Sarah Allen; d. in Steubenville. 
Children : — 



SEVENTH GENERATION 235 

1715— 1. SUSAN MARIA, b. July 12, 1848; m. Nov., 1868, 

Perin W. Allison. 
1716—2. HENRY FREDERICK, b. April 13, 1851. See 

CCCCXXVII. 
1717—3. LAURA ELIZABETH, b. May 27, 1854; m. July 8, 

1873, David W. Matlock, of Steubenvillle. 
171&— 4. JESSIE, b. Nov. 25, 1856. 
1719— 5. CAROLINE ANDREWS, b. June 9, 1859. 



— CCLXIX— 

HENRY HUNTINGTON 7 WOLCOTT [961] 
(Henry 6 j Alexander^, Alexander*, Roger 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) 
m. Oct. 13, 1850, at Niagara Falls, N. Y., Elizabeth Frank- 
lin, who was b. Nov. 21, 1820, at Goshen, N. Y., and d. July 
10, 1896, at Brooklyn, N. Y. He d. Sept. 28, 1890, at 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Children: — 

1720— 1. ELIZABETH MARY, b. 1854; resides at Brooklyn, 

N. Y. 
1721 — 2. HENRY, b. 1855; resides at Providence, R. I. 
1722 — 3. TOWNSEND, b. 1857; d. Apr. 29, 1910, unm. at New 

York City. 
1723 — 4. JENNIE, b. 1859; d. in infancy. 
1724 — 5. JULIETTE, b. 1863; d. in infancy. 



CCLXX— 



JAMES ORIN 7 WOLCOTT [971] (Guy , Guy", 
Alexander*, lloger', Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) in. (1st) Nov. 4, 
1846, Jane E. Lewis, dau. of George and Fannie Lewis, of 
Northampton, O. She was b. June 27, 1826, at Portland, 



236 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

Conn., and d. Feb. 8, 1850, at Northampton, O. (2nd) June 
26, 1850, Ellen A. Lewis, sister of his first wife. She was 
b. Aug. 16, 1831, at Portland, Conn. He d. Dec. 29, 1876, 
at Tallmadge, O. Children: — 

1725— i. ELIZABETH ELVIRA, b. July 5, 1848, at North- 
ampton, O. 

1726 — 2. JANE ELIZA, b. Feb. 6, 1850, at Northampton, O.; 
m. Dec. 6, 1895, John J. Wiltse, son of William B. 
and Martha (Van Dusen) Wiltse, of Hudson, N. Y. 

1727—3. JUDSON EUGENE, b. May 30, 1852, at North- 
ampton, O. See CCCCXXVIII. 

1728—4. WALDO WELTON, b. Nov. 28, 1858, at Tall- 
madge, O. 

1729—5. MARY ELLA, b. Dec. 6, i860, at Tallmadge, O. 



— CCLXXI— 

LEMUEL PORTER 7 WOLCOTT [974] (Guy 6 , 
Guy 5 , Alexander*, Roger 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Nov. 2, 
1856, at Tallmadge, O., Harriet Esther Treat, dau. of 
Richard B. and Amoret H. Treat, of Tallmadge, O. He d. 
Nov. 10, 1876, at Tallmadge, O. Children, b. at Tallmadge, 
Ohio : — 

1730— 1. MARY ELIZA, b. July 20, 1859; m. Henry B. Treat. 
1731—2. FLORA ISABEL, b. Feb. 21, 1864. Resides at 

Oberlin, O. 
I73 2_ 3 . BRYAN TREAT, b. Oct. 18, 1867. 



— CCLXXII— 

ELIZUR 7 WOLCOTT [975] ( Gmf , Guif , Alexander* , 
Roger 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) graduated Yale College, 1854;- 
tutor in Western Reserve College, 1856; m. Nov. 29, 1860, 



SEVENTH GENERATION 237 

Fannie, dau. of Cyrus Pierce, of Woodbury, Conn. ; lived in 
Tallmadge; d. Dec. 20, 1873. Children:— 

1733— i. CLARA PIERCE, b. Dec. 15, 1861, at Tallmadge, 
Ohio; m. (1st) Nov. 28, 1889, at New York City, 
Francis S. Driscoll. He d. Feb. 21, 1892. (2nd) 
Sept. 1, 1909, at Montclair, N. J., Edward A. 
Booth, son of Abraham and Elizabeth Watts Booth, 
of Gloucester, England. Resides at New York City. 

1734—2. KATE ELOISE, b. Dec. 26, 1863; d. Feb. 8, 1903. 

1735—3. EMILY PORTER, b. Oct. 5, 1866. Resides at New 
York City. 

I736—4- JOSEPHINE MINOR, b. Oct. 18, 1871; d. April 
22, 1896. 



— CCLXXIII— 

FRANKLIN MAGINNIS 7 WOLCOTT [977] (Guy 6 , 
Guy 5 , Alexander 41 , Roger 3 , Sirnon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. May 10, 
1864, Henrietta M., dau. of Isaac L. Brooks; lived in Tall- 
madge; d. 1896, at Weeping Water, Neb. Children: — - 

1737— 1. LUCY ROWENA, b. Dec. 18, 1868; d. May 17, 1898, 

at Weeping Water, Neb. 
1738—2. CREDIA ANNIS, b. April 8, 1870; d. Sept. 2, 1902, 

at Weeping Water, Neb. 
l 739— 3- LLOYD PORTER, b. March 8, 1879. 



CCLXXIV— 



MARSHALL FRANKLIN 7 WOLCOTT [995] 
(George'', Guy'*, Alexander 4 , Roger', Simon 2 , Henry* ) m. 
May 9, 1866, Fannie L. Perry, dau. of Alfred W. and Mary 



238 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

B. Perry, of Geneseo, 111. She was b. Oct. 5, 1843, at 
Geneseo, 111. He d. Nov. 19, 1902, at Moreno, Cal. 
Children : — 

1740— i. ALFRED PERRY, b. July 6, 1867. See CCCCXXIX. 

1 741— 2. GEORGE ELTON, b. May 21, d. June 1, 1869. 

1742—3. FRANK BARTON, b. April 9, 1871, at Geneseo, 111.; 
m. June 10, 1895, at San Bernardino, Cal., Clara 
J. Foster, dau. of Henry and Susan Foster, of Pots- 
dam, N. Y. 



— CCLXXV— 

ROGER 7 WOLCOTT [1001] (Joshua Huntington* , 
Frederick 5 , Oliver 4 , Roger 8 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Sept. 2, 
1874, Edith, dau. of William Gardiner and Josephine 
Augusta (Peabody) Prescott, of Boston. She was b. Apr. 
20, 1853, and is the granddau. of William Hickling Prescott, 
the Historian, and great-great-granddau. of Colonel William 
Prescott, commanding American troops at the battle of 
Bunker Hill. He d. Dec. 21, 1900, at Boston. Children:— 

1743— 1. HUNTINGTON FROTHINGHAM, b. Nov. 29, 
1875; d. Feb. 19, 1877. 

1744—2. ROGER, b. July 25, 1877. See CCCCXXX. 

1 745— 3- WILLIAM PRESCOTT, b. May 1, 1880. Resides at 
Milton, Mass. 

1746—4. SAMUEL HUNTINGTON, b. Nov. 9, 1881. See 
CCCCXXXI. 

1747—5. CORNELIA FROTHINGHAM, b. Feb. 3, 1885; m. 
April 18, 191 1, Rev. Samuel Smith Drury, L. H. D., 
of Bristol, R. I., Rector of St. Paul's School, Con- 
cord, N. H. 

Their son, Samuel S. Drury, Jr., b. Dec. 29, 1911. 
1748—6. OLIVER, b. April 7, 1891. 




c 






SEVENTH GENERATION 239 

Roger Wolcott graduated from Harvard College, 1870, 
being the Class Orator, and from Harvard Law School, 1874. 
Member of Boston Common Council, 1877-79, and Repre- 
sentative in State Legislature, 1882-84. First President of 
Republican Club of Mass., 1891, Lieutenant-Governor of 
Mass., 1893-96, being Acting Governor for most of the latter 
year, and Governor 1897-99. Declined position on Phillip- 
pine Commission in 1900 and an appointment as U. S. 
Ambassador to Italy. Was a member of the Massachusetts 
Historical Society, the Society of the Cincinnati, Loyal 
Legion, and Society of Colonial Wars, an Overseer of 
Harvard University 1885-1895, and Director and Trustee in 
many business and charitable organizations. Received honor- 
ary degree of LL. D. from Williams College, 1897. Lived 
in Boston, Mass., with a summer home at Milton, Mass. 

To the above brief catalogue of his public services, space 
does not permit an addition in the form of a fuller mention 
that should be made of the many ways in which he was bound 
by ties of affection and sympathy to thousands of men, 
women and children throughout the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts. There is a statue of him in the State House 
in Boston, erected by popular subscription. 

Of him it has been written by Bishop William Lawrence, 
who was his friend for more than forty years, "There was 
that about him which defies analysis, which eludes definition, 
but which is found in those rare characters, who, like Philip 
Sydney, Chevalier Bayard, or Robert Louis Stevenson, gain 
our confidence, win our admiration, kindle our affection, and 
who, in their unconsciousness, make us conscious that we are 
in chivalric company. He was a practical New England er 
with a dash of idealism without which no New England 
character is complete. From boyhood he gained the affec- 
tion of all sorts of people. He drank deep, in poems, history, 
and the Bible, of chivalric life. In form and countenance, 
in presence and atmosphere, he was of nature's noblest." 
(From "Roger Wolcott" by William Lawrence.) 



240 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

— CCLXXVI— 

HENRY GOODRICH 7 WOLCOTT [1010] (Charles 
Moseley®, Frederick 5 , Oliver 4 , Roger*, Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
May 22, 1879, Julia Sterling, only dau. of Hon. Waldo 
Hutchins. She was b. July 17, 1855; great granddau. of 
Chief Justice Ellsworth and of Noah Webster. He was a 
member of the New York Bar, an United States Commis- 
sioner and Lieut. Col. of the 21st Regiment of N. Y. 
National Guards. Resided at Fishkill-on-Hudson, N. Y. 
D. April 2, 1906. Children:— 

1749— i. OLIVER, b. March 14, 1880; d. Dec. 28, 1893. 

1750—2. CHARLES MOSELEY, b. Aug. 11, 1882. 

1751— 3. HENRY GOODRICH, b. March 2, 1884; d. Aug. 

10, 1885. 
1752—4. ELIZABETH ELLSWORTH, b. Sept. 8, 1886. 
1753—5- KATHARINE RANKIN, b. Aug. 16, 1888; d. Dec. 

4, 1893. 
1754—6. JULIA HUTCHINS, b. July 1, 1892. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 

— CCLXXVII— 

JASON LOOMIS 8 WOLCOTT [1014] (Talcott 7 , 
Benjamin 6 , John 5 , John 4 , John 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) 
Aug., 1835, Emily, dau. of Charles Rockwell, of South 
Windsor, Conn.; she d. March 4, 1845; (2nd) Nov. 13, 1848, 
Mrs. Calista Morgan Delop; resided (1849) in Hartford. 
Child:— 

1755— i. ANNA MARIA, b. Oct. 12, 1836; m. William Holt. 



— CCLXXVIII— 

WILLIAM 8 WOLCOTT [1018] (Talcott 7 , Benjamin 6 , 
John 5 , John 4 ", John 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Ariana Colton; 
removed to Iowa where he d. Oct. 4, 1846. Children: — 

1756— 1. MARY JANE. 

1757—2. CATHARINE DIMINIS. 



— CCLXXIX— 

HARRIS HART 8 WOLCOTT [1024] (Chester 1 , 
Benjamin 6 , John 5 , John*, John 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 1825, 
Eliza, dau. of David Loring, of Boston, Mass.; resided 
( 1 849 ) in New York City. Children :— 

1758— 1. JAMES LORING, b. March 7, 1826. 
1759—2. CHARLES PHELPS, b. June 7, 1827. 
1760—3. ELIZABETH WELLINGTON, b. Dec. 7, 1828; 
d. 1830. 



242 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



1 76 1 — 4 

1762—5 
1763—6 
1764—7 
1765-8 



EMILY CHANDLER, b. April 7, 1830; d. 1832. 
ARTHUR HOMER, b. June 29, 1832. 
MARIA MEAD, b. Jan. 29, 1834. 
ELIZA WILLINGTON, b. Jan. 26, 1836. 
WILLIAM HENRY, b. June 3, 1837. 



— CCLXXX— 

TRUMAN WELLS 8 WOLCOTT [1029] (Chester 1 , 
Benjamin 6 _, John 5 , John 4 , John* , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Sept. 
14, 1842, Mary M., dau. of Walter Studley, of Hartford, 
Conn.; resided (1849) in Hartford. Children: — 

1766— 1. SARAH MATILDA, b. June 4, 1843. 
1767—2. LOUISA JANE, b. July 27, 1846. 
1768—3. ROBERT TURNBULL, b. Dec. 31, 1848. 



— CCLXXXI— 

JOHN NELSON 8 WOLCOTT [1031] (Chester 1 , 
Benjamin®, John 5 , John*, John*, Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Nov. 
29, 1843, Sarah, dau. of Ezra Kelsey, of Haddam; lived in 
South Windsor, Conn. Children: — 

1769— 1. EMILY KATHERINE, b. Oct. 15, 1844; m. Oct. 4, 
1865, Henry A. Bidwell. He was b. April 8, 1841, 
and d. May 27, 1904, at Thomaston, Conn. Child: 

Ida Louise Bidwell, b. Jan. 1, 1868. 

1770—2. HENRY KELSEY, b. April 3, 1846; unm. 
1771— 3. ARTHUR HOMER, b. Jan. 21,* 1849. See 
CCCCXXXII. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 243 

1772—4. FRANCIS NELSON, b. Feb. 26, 185 1; m. May 3, 

1907, Sarah Filon. She was b. July 5, 1864, in 

Lancaster, Eng. 
1773—5- FREDERICK RALPH, b. Nov. 16, 1853. See 

CCCCXXXIII. 
1774—6. TRUMAN MARSHALL, b. Feb. 3, 1855. See 

CCCCXXXIV. 
1775 — 7. ALICE SARAH, b. Sept. 26, 1857; m. Dec. 24, 1879, 

Jesse E. Burnham, of South Windsor, Conn. He 

was b. Sept. 14, 1857. Children: 

I. Lewis J. Burnham, b. Oct. 7, 1880 ; d. Sept. 21, 1907. 

II. Nettie S. Burnham, b. Jan. 11, 1883. 

1776—8. CARRIE, b. May 23, 1859; d. Feb. 29, i860. 

l 777 — 9- CORA LOUISA, b. July 25, 1861; d. unm. June 

8, 1895. 
[778—10. WILLIAM AUGUSTUS, b. June 8, 1864. See 

CCCCXXXV. 



— CCLXXXII— 

SAMUEL MILTON 8 WOLCOTT [1042] (Samuel 7 , 
Samuel 6 , Samuel*. Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
Huldah, dau. of Francis Herrick, of Lee, Mass. Col. 
Samuel M. Wolcott removed from Sandisfleld, Mass., to 
Le Roy, N. Y.; d. July 14, 1823. Children:— 

1779 — 1. ANN ELIZA, b. Oct. 6, 1821; m. Sept. 22, 1845, J° ,IU 
Fairchild Dewey, of Norwalk, O. Child: 

Josephine Dewey, b. Feb. 16, 1849; m. Jan. 19, 1881, 
William Boone Woolverton, of Norwalk, O. 

1780—2. SAMUEL MILTON, b. Oct. 24, 1823; m. June 24, 
1847, Alice E. Benedict, of Skaneateles, N. Y. 



244 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

— CCLXXXIII— 

HARVEY 8 WOLCOTT [1043] (Samuel 1 , Samuel 6 , 
Samuel^, Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. May 27, 
1817, Laura, dau. of Joseph Cone, of Sandisfleld, Mass.; 
she was b. March 25, 1797. Col. Harvey Wolcott removed 
from Sandisfleld to West Springfield, Mass., where he re- 
sided in 1849. Children: — 

EMILY ELIZA, ) twins, b. K Nov - * 6 > l8 43, 

I M jRev. Jonathan S. Judd, 

edmund Randolph] a^j^^^. 

MARY REBECCA, b. March 24, 1822; m. Sept. 23, 
1845, Rev. Henry B. Blake, of South Coventry. 

JAMES HARVEY, b. Sept. 5, 1824. 

JOSEPH VINSON, b. Nov. 30, 1827. 

JOHN MILTON, b. Nov. 20, 1830; m. Sept. 26, i860, 
Mary E,, dau. of Zachariah N. Hoffman. 
1787—7. LAURA JANE, b. Dec. 29, 1832. 



1781- 


-I. 


1782- 


-2. 


1783- 


-3- 


1784- 


-4- 


1785- 


-5- 


1786- 


-6. 



— CCLXXXIV— 

GEORGE WHITEFIELD 8 WOLCOTT [1044] 
(Samuel 7 , Samuel 6 , Samuel^, Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Nov. 13, 1828, Ann, dau. of Abiel Bush of Cole- 
brook; resided (1849) in Pike, N. Y. Children: — 

1788— 1. GEORGE WHITEFIELD, b. Sept. 15, 1829. 
1789—2. ORVILLE JACKSON, b. Oct. 16, 1831. 
1790—3. EDWARD, b. Dec. 16, 1835. See CCCCXXXVII. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 



245 



— CCLXXXV— 

FRANKLIN 8 WOLCOTT [1047] (Samuel 1 , Samuel* , 
Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Oct. 15, 
1835, Fanny M., dau. of William Westlake, of Winchester; 
lived in Pike N. Y.; d. Dec. 1, 1873. Children:— 

1791—1. CHARLES FRANKLIN, b. July 19, 1836. See 
CCCCXXXVIII. 

1792—2. HELEN MAUDE, b. June 17, 1838. 



— CCLXXXVI— 

THERON ROBBINS 8 WOLCOTT [1049] (Samuel 7 , 
Samuel 6 , Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
Feb. 16, 1836, Cynthia A., dau. of Amariah Smith, of 
Sandisfield, Mass.; lived in Sandisfield. Children: — 



1793— 1 
1794—2 

1795—3 
1796—4 

1 797 — 5 
1798—6 

1799—7 

1800—8 



(twins, b. Feb. 11, 1841. 



ELLA ANTOINETTE, b. Sept. 27, 1837. 
CARROLL PHELPS, b. March 3, 1839. 
HENRY JAMES, 
HENRIETTA JANE, 
LUCY FIDELIA, b. Oct. 30, 1843. 
LOUISA MARIA, b. June 14, 1846. 
SAMUEL JEROME, b. Oct. 9, 1848. 
THERON ROBBINS, b. Oct. 4, 1850. 



— CCLXXXVII— 

ORLO JACKSON 8 WOLCOTT [1050] (Samuel 1 , 
Samuel 6 , Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
(1st) April 16, 1838, Harriet E., dau. of Levi Hitchcock, 
of Colebrook; she d. Jan. 31, 1846; (2nd) March 11, 1847, 
Ellen C, dau. of John Ensign, of Canaan; resided (1849) 
in Norfolk, Conn. Children: — 



246 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



1801— i. ORLO HITCHCOCK, b. Feb. 18, 1839. See 
CCCCXXXIX. 

1802—2. EDWARD SAMUEL, b. Sept. 22, 1842. 



— CCLXXXVIII— 

AMRI WYATT 8 WOLCOTT [1051] (Samuel 1 , 
Samuel 6 , Sainuel 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) 
m. Oct. 14, 1842, Edna, dau. of Alfred Hyslop, of Pike, 
N. Y.; resided (1879) in Pike. Children:— 

LOUISA MARIA, b. Jan. 23, 1844. 
JAMES WYATT, b. Oct. 23, 1845. 
SAMUEL, b. Jan. 29, 1848. 
ANABELLE LUTHERA, b. June 3, 1850. 
RANDOLPH LYMAN, b. Dec. 10, 1852. 
URIM WYATT, b. Oct. 20, 1855. 
MARY ELLA, b. July 7, 1858. 
ALFRED HYSLOP, b. March 28, 1861. 
EMILY, b. Nov. 8, 1862. 



1803- 


-I. 


1804- 


-2. 


1805- 


-3- 


1806- 


-4- 


1807- 


-5- 


1808- 


-6. 


1809- 


-7- 


1810- 


-8. 


1811- 


-9- 



— CCLXXXIX— 

THOMAS BOBBINS 8 WOLCOTT [1056] (Thomas 1 , 
Samuel 6 , Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry x ) m. 
(1st) 1830, Laura A. Underwood; she was b. 1811, and d. 
1833; (2nd) May 10, 1835, Orpha Wolverton. He lived 
in Alabama, N. Y. Children: — 

1812— 1. SARAH A., b. Aug. 3, 1832. 

1813— 2. THOMAS A., b. Sept. 18, 1836. 

1814— 3. MYRON WELLS, b. Nov. 23, 1838, at Batavia, N. Y. 
See CCCCXL. 

181 5—4. ORPHA J., b. Jan. 15, 1842. 

1816— 5. CHARLOTTE E., b. Sept. 22, 1843. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 247 

— CCXC— 

LYSANDER W. 8 WOLCOTT [1058] (Thomas 7 , 
Samuel 6 , Samuel 5 , Samuel*, Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
Jan., 1837, Louisa M. Northam. Children: — 

1817— 1. N. OSCAR, b. May, 1838. 

1818— 2. MARIA L., b. Sept., 1840. 

1819— 3. SARAH R., b. March, 1842. 

1820—4. CORNELIA G., b. Aug., 1847. 



— CCXCI— 

NEWTON CANFIELD 8 WOLCOTT [1059] 
(Thomas 7 , Samuel 6 , Samuel 5 , Samuel*, Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Feb. 22, 1850, Phebe Clarissa, dau. of William 
Stone. She was b. May, 1830, and d. Apr. 27, 1884, at 
Jerome, Mich. He d. Mar. 8, 1902, at Cleveland, Tenn. 
Children : — 

1821— 1. DORR M., b. Aug. 8, 1852; m. (1st) Apr. 10, 1879, at 
Moscow, Mich., Anna M. Lent, dau. of Augustus 
Lent; (2nd) May 11, 1902, at Hillsdale, Mich., Mary 
Morehouse, dau. of Henry Morehouse. 

1822—2. FRANK M., b. Nov. 7, 1855; d. April, 1880, at 
Wellington, Kan. 

1823—3. KARL C, b. June 10, 1861. 



— CCXCII— 

OLIVER ELLSWORTH 8 WOLCOTT [1063] 
(Abiathar 7 , Samuel 6 , Samuel 5 , Samuel 1 , Samuel? , Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. (1st) Nov. 15, 1826, Eliza, dau. of Solomon 
Woodruff, of Sharon. She was b. Nov. 21, 1805, and d. 
Sept. 15, 1845; (2nd) June 22, 1848, Harriet Atwood Cross, 
of York, N. Y. She was b. July 27, 1814. He resided 
(1879) in Burns, Mich. Children:— 



248 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

1824 — 1. LAURILLA, b. Nov. 26, 1827; d. young. 

1825—2. OLIVER CROMWELL, b. Dec. 1, 1829. See 

CCCCXLI. 
1826 — 3. ELIZA, b. March 14, 1831; d. July 31, 1832. 
1827—4. LAURA BACON, b. Aug. 17, 1833; m. Dec. 28, 

1853, George Washington Botsford. He was b. 

April 15, 1 83 1. Children: 

I. Frederick Arthur Botsford, b. Mar. 12, 1855. 

II. George Roy Botsford, b. June 20, 1877. 

1828—5. FRANCES ELIZA, b. March 16, 1835. 

1829—6. MARY ELECTA, b. Nov. 17, 1841 ; m. Sept. 29, 1868, 

Newton Thorne Kirk. He was b. April 15, 1836, 

and d. Sept. 19, 1909. Children: 

I. Lillian Eliza Kirk, b. July 13, 1869. 

II. June Electa Kirk, b. June 13, 1874. 

1830—7. HORACE ANSON,) . u . A c , Q 

' \ twins, b. Aug. 2J, d. Sept. 16, 184=5. 

1831— 8. HENRY ANSEL, ) 5 " F ° 

1832—9. HORACE, b. Jan. 12, 1850. 

1833—10. WILLIS OLIVER, b. Aug. 20, 1853; m. Dec' 1, 1873, 

Viola Croker. She was b. July 10, 1858, and d. 

Aug., 1876. 



— CCXCIII— 

WELLS 8 WOLCOTT [1065] (Abiathar 7 , Samuel*, 
Samuel^, Samuel 4 ", Samuel*, Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Oct. 17, 
1832, Emily, dau. of Joel Bancroft, of Salisbury. She was 
b. Oct. 12, 1809. He was ordained to the ministry in 1832; 
belonged (1849) to the Presbytery of Niagara, 1ST. Y. 
Children : — 

1834— 1. WILLIAM WELLS, b. Oct. 17, 1833. 

1835—2. MARY ELECTA, b. July 31, 1836; d. Aug/ 12, 1838. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 249 

1836—3. ABIATHAR ROBBINS, b. Aug. 31, 1838. 
1837—4. MARY ELECTA, b. Aug. 31, 1841; d. April 17, 1842. 
1838—5. CHARLES HENRY, b. July 29, 1843; d. June 21, 

1846. 
1839—6. HORACE CLARK, b. Aug. 29, 1845. 
1840—7. CHARLES HENRY, b. March 15, 1848. 



— CCXCIV— 

WILLIAM ALBERT 8 WOLCOTT [1,067] 
(Abiaihar 1 , Samuel Q , Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel*, Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. June 21, 1838, Susan H., dau. of Ebenezer Peck, 
of Derby; lived in Lakeville, Conn. Children: — 

1841— 1. WILLIAM HENRY, b. July 27, 1841; d. Feb. 

18, 1848. 
1842—2. • SAMUEL, b. Oct. 12, 1842. 
1843—3. EBENEZER, b. Aug. 2, 1844. 
1844—4. WALTER, b. April 29, d. June 18, 1846. 
1845—5. JOSEPHINE DARLING, b. Oct. 9, 1850. 



— CCXCV— 

ISAAC NEWTON 8 WOLCOTT [1068] (William 7 , 
Samuel^, Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel*, Henry' 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
June 17, 1828, Jane, dau. of John Dickey, of Greigsville, 
N. Y.; lived in Greigsville; d. Sept. 17, 1834. Children:— 

1846— 1. WILLIAM NEWTON, b. May 1, 1830; d. in 1851. 
1847—2. JOHN NELSON, b. May 18, 1832. See CCCCXLII. 



250 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

— CCXCVI— 

NELSON 8 WOLCOTT [1070] (William 7 , Samuel 6 , 
Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Sept. 2, 
1835, Alvina, dau. of Amzi Wright, of Middlebury, N. Y. 
Resided in Attica, N. Y., and Batavia, 111. Children: — 

ELLEN HULDAH, b. July 19, 1836; m. March 3, 

1859, Charles R. Baker, of Attica, N. Y. 
ROBERT NELSON, b. April 5, 1838; m. Oct. 28, 

1863, Agnes A. Swain, of Aurora, 111. 
HENRY KIRKE, b. April 19, 1840. See CCCCXLIII. 
LAURENS WRIGHT, b. Feb. 8, 1843; m. March 5, 
1873, Lucy Gallup, of Grand Rapids, Mich. 
1852—5. MARY LUNDIE DUNCAN, b. Jan. 3, 1845; m. 
July 9, 1873, Thomas R. Willard, Professor in Knox 
College, Galesburgh, 111. 
1853—6. SEYMOUR AMZI, b. March 8, 1847; m. Sept. 4, 

1 87 1, Caroline O. Patterson, of Batavia, N. Y. 
1854—7. WILLIAM ALLEN, b. April 10, 1849. See 

CCCCXLIV. 
1855—8. FRANK NEWTON, b. Dec. 10, 1852. 



1848- 


-I. 


1849- 


-2. 


1850- 
1851- 


-3- 

-4- 



— CCXCVII— 

JOHN LAURENS 8 WOLCOTT [1072] (William 1 , 
Samuel 6 , Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
April 2, 1834, Caroline, dau. of James Baker, of Lestershire, 
N. Y. ; lived in Bloomington, 111. Children: — 

1856— 1. MINERVA CAROLINE, b. April 21, 1835. 
1857—2. JOHN HOMER, b. March 11, 1838. 
1858—3. CHARLES WESLEY, b. Nov. 21, 1839; d. May 
31, 1843. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 251 

WILLIAM HENRY, b. June 23, 1841. 
ELLEN ELIZABETH, b. Nov. 21, 1842. 
EDWIN NELSON, b. Sept. 24, 1844. 
JAMES MONROE, b. July 12, 1846. 
OLIVER ELLSWORTH, b. June 5, 1848. 
CHARLES CARBERRY, b. Feb. 23, 1850. 



— CCXCVIII— 

HOMER 8 WOLCOTT [1074] (William 1 , Samuel 6 , 
Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel*, Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Jan. 13, 
1841, Caroline, dau. of Jonathan Stillman, of Colebrook; 
lived in Colebrook. Children : — 

1866— 1. MARIETTE CAROLINE, b. Oct. 25, 1841. 
1867—2. LUCY MARIA, b. March 17, 1844. 



— CCXCIX— 

CLITUS 8 WOLCOTT [1092] (Oliver 7 , Wyatt 6 , 
Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel*, Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) 
April 20, 1826, Jane A., dau. of George E. Martin, of Oak- 
field; (2nd) April 22, 1857, Anne Say, dau. of Judge 
Richard Smith, of Batavia, N. Y. ; moved to Denver, Colo. 
Children : — 

1868— 1. AUSTIN WARNER, b. March 8, 1827. 

1869—2. SARAH ANN, b. July 30, 1829. 

1870—3. LORETTA FIDELIA, b. July 28, 183 r; m. Sept. 10, 
1855, William Henry Marvin, son of Hiram G. and 
Sarah M. Marvin, of Sparta, Ohio. Children: 



252 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



I. Anna Wolcott Marvin, b. March 30, 1859, at 
Cardington, Ohio; m. Sept. 30, 1890, James B. Johnson, 
son of Alfred and Ann Johnson. 

II. Clitus H. Marvin. 

III. W. B. Marvin. 

OLIVER MARTIN, b. Dec. 28, 1833. 
EDWARD SIDNEY, b. May 28, 1836. 
FRANCES JANE, b. Dec. 28, 1838. 
WILLIAM CLITUS, b. Oct. 26, 1843. 
GEORGE FRANKLIN, b. Aug. 6, 1846. 
ARTHUR SMITH, b. Jan. 29, 1858. 



1871— 4 
1872—5 
1873-6 
1874—7 
1875-8 
1876 — 9 
1877—10. GRACE LANDON, b. Sept. 24, i860. 



— CCC— 

WILLIAM 8 WOLCOTT [1094] (Oliver 1 , Wyatt 6 , 
Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 ", Samuel*, Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) Sept. 
15, 1833, Marah, dau. of Arnold Lewis, of Oakfield; (2nd) 
Oct., 1843, Almira Whitney, of Batavia, N. Y. He d. Jan. 
18, 1880. Children:— 

1878— 1. GILBERT, b. April 1, 1835. 

1879—2. HARRIET MIRANDA, b. March 29, 1837. Resides 

at Batavia, N. Y. 
1880—3. ELEANOR LUCINDA, b. May 30, 1839; m. Sept. 

21, 1864, Harry Wiard, of Syracuse, N. Y. Children, 

b. at Oakfield, N. Y. : 

I. William Wolcott Wiard, b. Sept. 29, 1865; m. Apr. 
4, 1893, Flora Belle Collins, dau. of Captain George K. 
and Catharine (Sager) Collins. She was b. Feb. 16, 
1869. Resides at Syracuse, N. Y. Children, b. at 
Syracuse, N. Y. : 

i. Katharine Wolcott Wiard, b. Feb. 21, 1897; d. 

Nov. 23, 1901. 

ii. William Wolcott Wiard, b. Oct. 8, 1902. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 253 

II. Mary Almira Wiard, b. Feb. 4, 1868; d. Nov. 
9, 1878. 

III. Anna Lucinda Wiard, b. Jan. 2, 1871 ; m. Oct. 29, 
1896, Dr. William F. Law. Child : 

Dorothy Wiard Law, b. Sept. 4, 1901. 

IV. Sadie Miranda Wiard, b. July 26, 1873; m. Oct. 
29, 1896, Herbert Newton Baker. Children : 

i. Marion Wiard Baker, b. Dec. 11, 1897. 

ii. Harry William Baker, b. Mar. 12, 1900. 

iii. Herbert Newton Baker, b. July 29, 1903. 

iv. Gertrude Eleanor Baker, b. Sept. 8, 1908; d. 

June 3, 1911. 

v. Robert Nelson Baker, b. Sept. 29, 1911. 

1881— 4. GILSON CLITUS, b. March 30, 1845. See 

CCCCXLV. 
1882—5. ALBERT WALLACE, b. May 3, 1847. See 

CCCCXLVI. 
1883—6. WILLIAM LEVANT, b. Sept. 7, 1849; d- Mar. 8, 

1895, unm. 
1884—7. FRANCES JANE, b. Nov. 5, 185 1; m. Webber 

Stevens. Children: 

I. Herbert Stevens, m. Carrie Rowley. 

II. Will Stevens, m. Barbara Saxton. 

III. Ada Stevens, m. Bert Spafford. 

1885—8. HERBERT EUGENE, b. May 2, 1854; d. same day. 
1886—9. MARY MATILDA, b. Sept. 16, 1857. 



— CCCI— 

WYATT 8 WOLCOTT [1099] (James 1 , Wyatt*, 
Samuel*, Samuel*, Sa?nuel :i , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Polly 
Woodruff, dau. of Ephraim and Polly ( Willett) Woodruff, 
of Aurora, N. Y. He d. March 29, 1869. Children:— 



254 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

1887— i. SUSAN D., b. April 21, 1827; m. 1848, A. W. 

Beadell; d. July 13, 1887. 
1888—2. EDSON B., b. April 14, 1829; d. June 1, 1908. 
1889—3. THEODORE G, b. May 8, 1831; d. July 14, 1899. 
1890—4. WILLIAM D., b. Dec. 24, 1834; d. March 15, 191 if. 
1891— 5. BYRON, b. March 6, 1836; d. Oct. 9, 1909. 
1892—6. JULIUS CAESAR, b. Jan. 19, 1839. See 

CCCCXLVII. 
J 893— 7- CHARLES B., b. Nov. 24, 1841. 
1894-8. JOHNLJ . , _ _ tQ fd. Dec. 8, 1907. 



'' > twins, b. Jan. 22, 1845 ] 



!895— 9- LAURA, ) ^ Id. Aug. 7, 1845 



— CCCII— 

JOHN STANLEY 8 WOLCOTT [1105] (John 
Saocton 1 ' , Wyatt Q , Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel 2, , Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. June 14, 1830, Laura M., dau. of Samuel 
Collins, of Dorset, Vt. ; resided (1849) in Lockport, N. Y. 
Children : — 



1896— 1 
1897 — 2 
1898—3 
1899 — 4 
1900—5 



JOHN ALBERT, b. June 27, 18—. 
MARY ELIZABETH, b. Nov. 8, 1835. 
EMILY MARIA, b. July 26, 1837. 
LAURA MINERVA, b. Oct. 26, 1839. 
EDWARD COLLINS, b. March 3, 1844. 



— CCCIII— 

HORATIO 8 WOLCOTT [1106] (John Saxton\ 
Wyatt 6 , Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
July, 1837, Catharine Nottaway; lived (1879) in Nebraska. 
Child:— 

1901— 1. GEORGE. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 255 

— CCCIV— 

SAMUEL BOYNTON 8 WOLCOTT [1108] (John 
Saocton 1 ' , Wyatt 6 ', Samuel*, Samuel*, Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. (1st) Susan, dau. of Josiah Falconer, of 
Alabama, N. Y.; she d. June, 1837. (2nd) Phebe J. 
Falconer, sister of his former wife ; lived in Alabama, N. Y. 
Children : — 

1902 — 1. JAMES, b. March, 1837; resided (1879) in Michigan. 
1903 — 2. WILLIAM b. 1839; resided (1879) in Michigan. 



— CCCV— 

ALFRED 8 WOLCOTT [1111] (JohnSaocton 1 , Wyatt 6 , 
Samuel 5 , Samuel*, Samuel 2 ', Henry 1 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) 1851, 
Susan A. Doty, of Ottawa, 111.; she d. 1875; (2nd) 1875, 
Jennie McKennett, of Mendota, 111. She d. Oct. 1, 1879. 
Children : — 



1904 — 1 

1905—2 
1906—3 

1907—4 
1908—5 



WILLIAM FRANKLIN, b. Sept. 28, 1852; m. 1878, 

Addie M. Preston, of Amboy, 111. 
MARY MERCY, b. 1856; d. 1876. 
JOHN THOMAS, b. 1861; m. 1886, Eva J. Scott. 

She d. 1898. (2nd) Minnie Ortgeison. 
ALFRED AUSTIN, b. Nov. 4, 1876; d. Feb. 15, 1897. 
ROBERT BOYNTON, b. Feb. 24, 1879, at Amboy, 

111. See CCCCXLVIII. 



— CCCVI— 

JAMES 8 WOLCOTT [1112] (John Saocton 7 , Wyatt 6 , 
Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel*, Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Apr. 2, 
1848, Adeline M. Otis, dan. of Daniel W. and Sophia Otis. 
She d. Sept. 24, 1903. He d. 1902, at Crooked Creek, Ind. 
Child:— 

1909— 1. FRANCES ELLA, b. 185 1, at Lockport, N. Y.; m. 
1868, Henry F. Easton; resides at Rochester, N. Y. 



256 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



— CCCVII— 

WILLIAM WYATT 8 WOLCOTT [1115] (Chester 1 , 
Wyatt®, Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
Jan. 29, 1832, at Alabama, N. Y., Elizabeth Baldwin, dau. 
of Thomas K. and Dora (Green) Baldwin, of Dorset, Vt. ; 
d. Oct. 12, 1885, at Eaton Rapids, Mich. She was b. Nov. 4, 
1808, and d. Jan. 22, 1892, at Hamlin, Mich. Children:— 



1910 — 1 
191 1 — 2 
1 91 2— 3 

1913— 4 

I9H— 5 
1915— 6 



GROVE HENRY, b. Nov. 8, 1836, at Alabama, N. Y. 

See CCCCXLIX. 
JOSEPHINE E., b. July 26, 1839, at Eaton Rapids, 

Mich.; d. Jan. 4, 1861. 
WILLIAM V., b. June 18, 1841, at Eaton Rapids, 

Mich.; d. Sept. 30, 1900. 
MARK S., b. Feb. 26, 1844, at Eaton Rapids, Mich.; 

d. Feb. 5, 1899. 
THOMAS C, b. Sept. 5, 1848, at Eaton Rapids, Mich. 

Resides at Jackson, Mich. 
CHARLES C, b. Nov. 1, 1850, at Eaton Rapids, 

Mich. 



— CCCVIII— 



GARDNER 8 WOLCOTT [1123] (Roger 7 , Solomon 6 , 
Samuel 5 , Samuel*, Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. resided 
(1881) in Eldorado Mills, Wis. Children:— 

1916 — 1. JOHN R., b. June 19, 1852; d. Jan. 28, 1855. 

1917— 2. GEORGE W., b. Feb. 22, 1855; d. Nov. 23, 1864. 

1918— 3. HENRY N., b. May 25, 1857; d, March 13, 1858. 

1919— 4. ELLIOT E., b. May 14, i860. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 



257 



— CCCIX— 

AUSTIN R. 8 WOLCOTT [1124] (Roger 1 , Solomon*, 
Samuel 5 , Samuel*, Samuel* ', Henry 1 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) Aug. 
8, 1849, Eveline Barnard; (2nd) Sept. 12, 1858, Mary Ann 
Wheeler. Lives at Breckenridge, Mo. Children: — 

1920 — 1. GEORGE, d. June 28, 1907. 

1 92 1— 2. CLARA ELLEN, b. Mar. 20, 1853. 

1922 — 3. IDA MAY, b. Aug. 5, 1859; m. Richard Stanger; d. 

May 11, 1895. 
1923—4. NETTIE, b. Feb. 4, 1862; m. Feb. 28, 1888, Charles 

L. Rauner. Children: 

I. Ethel G. Rauner, b. Jan. 18, 1889. 

II. E. Grace Rauner, b. Dec. 3, 1893. 

III. Ruth May Rauner, b. May 22, 1904. 

1924—5. DOLPHUS SKINNER, b. Feb. 15, 1864; m. Feb. 24, 
1892, Elizabeth Tregoning. 



— CCCX— 

WILLIAM CALDWELL 8 WOLCOTT [1125] 
(Sylvester 7 , Solomon* ', Samuel", Samuel*, Samuel*, Henry 2 , 
Henry' ) in. Feb. 2.'J, 1832, Mercy M. Pierce; lived (1879) in 
Eldorado Mills, Wis. Children:— 



[926 — 2 

E9 2 7 — 3 

1 028 — 4 

1929— S 
[930—6. 



LAURA T., 1). Oct. 8, 1833; m. May 27, 1850. 
EWARD F., 1). Jan. 1, 1836; d. July n, 1856. 
ELLEN A., b. Oct. 13, 1841; m. Dec. 24, 1867. 
SARA 11 A., I). July 23, 1844; m. Dec. 24, 1867. 
CHARLES ANTHONY, b. July 30, 1847, at Osbkosb, 

Wis. See CCCCL. 
NELSON W., b. Sept. 25, 1851; m. May r, 1876; 
ided ( 1881) in Russell, Kan, 



258 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



— CCCXI— 

SYLVESTER 8 WOLCOTT [1126] (Sylvester 1 , 
Solomon®, Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 ", Samuel*, Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
(1st) Sept. 13, 1837, Elizabeth B. Page, who was b. Oct. 15, 
1818, and d. Feb. 17, 1839; (2nd) Feb. 6, 1840, Miriam E., 
dau. of Solomon Halstead, of Trenton, N. Y. ; resided 
(1881) in Medina, Wis. Children:— 



193 1— i 

1932—2 

1933—3 

1934—4 

1935—5 
1936 — 6 



GEORGE A., b. May 5, 1842. 
EMMA E., b. Aug. 20, 1843; m. 
CHARLES J., b. July 10, 1847; d. 
LESTER A., b. Nov. 10, 1850. 
BYRON S., b. Feb. 3, 1858. 
CHARLES D., b. Nov. 4, i860. 



— CCCXII— 

HENRY WELLS 8 WOLCOTT [1127] (Sylvester 1 , 
Solomon®, Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel 8 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
Sept. 11, 1845, Emeline J. Lyman, dau. of Samuel and 
Lucy (Talmage) Lyman, of Trenton, N. Y. She was b. 
May 8, 1823, and d. Aug. 24, 1894, at Ripon, Wis. He d. 
June 29, 1898, at Ripon, Wis. Children, b. at Rosedale, 
Wis. :— 



1937— 1 
1938—2 

1939—3 
1940—4 

1 94 1— 5 
1942 — 6 



SYLVANUS GORDON, b. May 13, d. June 24, 1847. 
ANGELINE JOSEPHINE, b. Nov. 24, 1848; m. 
Sept. 27, 1870, Lewis E. Reed. 

FLORA JANE, b. Dec. 30, 1851; m. June 1, 1876, 
Alfred W. Pettibone. 

JULIA ELLA, b. Sept. 27, 1854; m. June 10, 1873, 
Fayette L. Taft. 

CARRIE BERTHA, b. Dec. 11, 1856; d, Aug. 3, 1910. 

HENRY LAMONT, b. Jan. 28, i860. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 259 

— CCCXIII— 

FREDERICK JOSEPH 8 WOLCOTT [1128] 
(Sylvester 1 ' , Solomon 6 , Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 ", Samuel*, Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. (1st) Feb. 11, 1846, Catherine E., dau. of John 
Northup, of Deerfleld, N. Y.; she d. March 20, 1853; (2nd) 
Jan. 25, 1855, Henrietta M. Northup; removed from 
Trenton, N. Y., to Toledo, Ohio. He d. Oct. 25, 1896. 
Children : — 

1943— i. JOHN REYNOLDS, b. May 19, 1848; m. Aug. 14, 
1878, Mary E. Shurnafelt, of Cassopolis, Mich.; re- 
sided (1879) in Toledo, O. 

1944—2. FREDERICK MILTON, b. Feb. 26, 1853; d. July 
3> i%77- 



— CCCXIV— 

CHARLES 8 WOLCOTT [1149] (William 1 , William 6 , 
Samuel*, Samuel 4 , Samuel*, Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Hannah 
Matter, of Berrysburg, Pa.; d. June 28, 1912, at Lykens, 
Pa. Children : — 

1945— 1. HORACE W., b. 1852; d. 1876, unm., at Philadelphia, 
Pa. 

1946 — 2. CLARA J., b. 1854; m. 1874, David A. Workman. 

1947—3. IRA S., b. Oct. 21, 1856. See CCCCLI. 



— CCCXV— 

WILLIAM 8 WOLCOTT [1156] (Henry 1 , William 6 , 
SamueFj Samuel 4 , SamueP, Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. April 10, 
1834, Lucetta Peabody; lived in Trenton, N. Y. Children: — 

1948— 1. WILLIAM SEWARD, b. Aug. 27. 1839. 
1949—2. RALPH I'EABODY, 1). Dec. 4, 1847. See 
CCCCLII. 



260 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

— CCCXVI— 

WALTER 8 WOLCOTT [1157] (Henry 7 , William 6 , 
Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel*, Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. June 16, 
1833, Adaline Brainerd; lived in Trenton, N. Y. Children: — 

1950— i. CYNTHIA OLIVE, b. Nov. 9, 1833. 

1951— 2. JULIUS ORMSBY, b. Jan. 10, 1837; m. Jan. 10, 

1861, Sarah C. Sheldon, dan. of Daniel and Catherine 

(Hopkins) Sheldon, of Holland Patent, N. Y.; d. 

Aug. 23, 191 1. 
: 95 2 — 3- HENRY BELA, b. Aug. 23, 1846, at Holland Patent, 

N. Y. See CCCCLIII. 



— CCCXVII— 

HENRY 8 WOLCOTT [1158] (Henry 1 , William*, 
Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel*, Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Feb. 5, 
1834, Mary E. Rowland; lived in Trenton; d. June 5, 1841. 
Child:— 

1953— 1. HARRIET AURELIA, b. Feb. 14, 1835. 



— CCCXVIII— 

TRUMBULL 8 WOLCOTT [1159] (Oliver 1 , William*, 
Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel*, Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Sept. 13, 
1833, Elizabeth B. Cotton; lived in Middletown; d. 1846. 
Children : — 



1954— i- 


ELLEN MARIA, b. 1834. 


1955—2. 


SOPHIA. 


I956—3- 


HENRY, lived in Wethersfield 


1957—4- 


ANTOINETTE. 


I958—5- 


FRANCES. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 



261 



— CCCXIX— 

OLIVER 8 WOLCOTT [1163] (Oliver 1 , William 6 , 
Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Martha, 
dau. of Stephen Willard; resided (1849) in Wethersfield. 
Children : — 

1959— i. ELLA, b. July 5, 1846. 

1960—2. CHARLES WILLARD, b. Jan. 8, 1848. 



— CCCXX— 

SAMUEL 8 WOLCOTT [1168] (Horace 7 , William 6 , 
Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Aug. 25, 
1858, at Wethersfield, Conn., Mary Elizabeth Morgan, dau. 
of Stephen and Rowena Morgan, of Wethersfield, Conn. 
She was b. Jan. 5, 1839. He d. July 19, 1881, at Denver, 
Colo. Children : — 



1961 — 1 
1962 — 2 

1963—3 
1964—4 

1965—5 
1966 — 6 

1967—7 



EMMA, b. July 6, 1859. 
DORA, b. Dec. 11, 1862. 
MARY, b. Nov. 18, 1868; d. Feb. 18, 1876. 
EDITH, b. March 2, 1871; d. Feb. 15, 1876. 
FRANK, b. Nov. 2, 1873; d. Feb. 15, 1876. 
WILLIAM, b. Nov. 24, d. Nov. 26, 1875. 
GRACE, b. July 8, 1878; m. Robert Stanly Brown, 
of New Britain, Conn. 



— CCCXXI— 

ERASTUS NOTT 8 WOLCOTT [1173] (Gershom 
Nott 7 , Gcrshorn 6 , EHsha 6 , Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Dec. 11, 1832. He d. Dec. 17, 1887, at Klbridge, 
N. Y. Children, b. at Elbridge:— 



262 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



1968— i. EMMA FRANCES, b. Nov. 7, 1833; cl. May 14, 

1893, at Elbridge, N. Y. 
1969—2. HENRY ERASTUS, b. Apr. 27, 1835. See 

CCCCLIV. 
I970—3- CHARLES WEBSTER, b. June 18, 1837. See 

CCCCLV. 
1 971— 4. ALLEN DWIGHT, b. Oct. 21, 1838. See CCCCLVI. 



— CCCXXII— 

ROYAL ROSSITER 8 WOLCOTT [1175] (Gershom 
Not? ' , Gershom 6 , Elisha 5 , Samuel^, Samuel^, Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Jan. 25, 1835, Mary Ann McMurtise. She was 
b. Oct. 8, 1820, in Belleville, Can., and d. Feb. 11, 1874, in 
Union City, Mich. He d. Sept., 1886, at Hamburg, N. Y. 
Children : — 

1972— 1. ELMIRA LORETTA, b. Dec. 12, 1836; d. Jan. 4, 

1908, at Jordan, N. Y. 
1973—2. THEODORE IRVING, b. Mar. 18, 1839; d. May 

18, 1875. 
1974—3. JULIA ANN, b. Oct. 9, 1841; d. Feb. 13, 1868, at 

Union City, Mich. 
1975—4. GEORGE EDMUND, b. June 15, 1843; d. Dec. 9, 

1870, in New York State. 
1976—5. ROYAL AUGUSTUS, b. April 6, 1846; d. Dec. 

10, 1865. 

1977—6. MARY ROSALIE, b. Dec. 30, 1847; d. Oct. 11, 1866. 

1978—7. EMILY CARROLENA, b. Aug. 7, 1850; d. April 
17, 1864. 

1979—8. ALICE AMELIA, b. Aug. 14, 1853; m. Nov. 15, 
1874, Marcus D. Wood, of Quincy, Mich. Now 
lives in Centralia, Wash. Children: 

I. Myra M. Wood, b. Sept. 21, 1875. 

11. Bertha B. Wood, b. Sept. 3, 1877 ; d. July 31, 1878. 

III. Clarence D. Wood, b. Sept. 5, 1879. 

IV. Hazel D. Wood, b. Aug. 9, 1882 ; d. Aug. 16, 1889. 

V. Walter A. Wood, b. Sept. 5, 1885. 

VI. Alger G. Wood, b. May 4, 1890: 

VII. Florence E. Wood, b. April 2, 1892. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 263 

1980— 9. FLORENCE ELLA, b. Sept. 29, 1858, in Sherwood, 
Mich.; m. Sept. 17, 1878, William George Van 
Vleck, of Grand Rapids, Mich., son of William H. 
and Lydia (Babcock) Van Vleck, of New York 
State. Lives at Houston, Tex. Child: 

William George Van Vleck, Jr., b. June 20, 1886. 

1981— 10. WILLIS HENRY, b. Sept. 3, 1863, in Union City, 
Mich. Now lives in Centralia, Wash. 



— CCCXXIIL— 

JOHN P. 8 WOLCOTT [1180] (Gershom Nott 7 , 
Gershom 6 , Elisha 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel*, Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
Jane Ann McHary, of Rome, N. Y. Children: — 



1982 — I. 


ALICE ALGENIA, d. i860. 


1983—2. 


JAMES DELOS, d. Jan. 1, 1882. 


1984— 3- 


WILLARD MILROY, d. Dec. 19, 1882 


1985—4. 


IDA J. 


1986—5. 


ROYAL L. 



— CCCXXIV— 

PHILANDER BILSON 8 WOLCOTT [1183] (John 1 , 
Gershom'', Elisha 6 , Samuel 4 , Samuel*, Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
July 8, 1844, Sarah Jane Lee, of Cairo, N. Y. ; lived in 
Wolcott's Villa near Catskill, N. Y.; d. July 21, 1872, at 
Catskill, N. Y. Children:— 

1987— 1. JULIA CATHARINE, b. Aug. 4, 1845. 
[988—2. ALICE AUGUSTA, b. Oct. 14, 1847. 
1989— 3- EDWARD, b. May 15, 1854. 



264 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

— cccxxv— 

EDWARD 8 WOLCOTT [1186] (John 1 , Gershom% 
Elisha 5 , Samuel*, Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Feb. 24, 
1842, Juliette Wells, dau. of Christopher and Sarah M. 
Wells, of Holland Patent, N. Y.; lived in Holland Patent; 
d. Nov. 22, 1888. Children:— 

1990— i. HARRIET CORNELIA, b. June 1, 1844; d. Apr. 

10, 1890. 
1991 — 2. HELEN, b. Nov. 25, 1849; d. Oct. 29, 1850. 
1992—3. WILLIAM EDWARD, b. Aug. 7, 1854. 



— CCCXXVI— 

CHAUNCEY 8 WOLCOTT [1187] (John 7 , Gershom\ 
Elisha 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) Nov. 
1, 1840, Ann White, of Penn Yan, X. Y.; (2nd) Xov. 23, 
1853, Elizabeth Slaughter; lived in Penn Yan; d. Feb. 27, 
1860. Children:— 

1993— 1. GEORGE BILSON, b. Aug. 3, 1841. 

1994—2. JULIA BURT, b. Feb. 15, 1843. 

1995—3- CATHARINE ELIZABETH, b. Nov. 20, 1847. 

1996—4. JOHN CHAUNCEY, b. March 6, 1850. 



— CCCXXVII— 

WILLIAM GILLSON 8 WOLCOTT [1188] (John 7 , 
Gershom 6 , Elisha 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
June 30, 1858, Mary Helen Rouse; lived in Wolcott's Villa 
near Catskill, N. Y.; d. March 23, 1899. Children:— 

1997— 1. CHAUNCEY WILLARD, b. March, 19, 1859. 
1998—2. JENNIE ELIZA, b. March 17, 1866. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 265 

— CCCXXVIII— 

BUTLER SAMUEL 8 WOLCOTT [1189] (Samuel 1 , 
Elisha G , Elisha 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
Sept. 28, 1829, Ann Maria, dau. of Ambrose Heacox; lived 
in Gibson, N. Y. Child:— 

1999— i. AMBROSE BUTLER, b. August 6, 1830. 



— CCCXXIX— 

HORATIO GATES 8 WOLCOTT [1191] (Samuel 7 , 
Elisha G , Elisha 5 , Samuel*, Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
(1st) May 28, 1833, Julia Ann, dau. of John Pierce; (2nd) 
May 30, 1838, Mrs. Martha A. Sibley, dau. of Gen. Abner 
Hubbard; lived in Rochester, N. Y. Children: — 

2000—1. HENRY AUGUSTINE, b. June 9, 1839, at Canan- 

daigua, N. Y. See CCCCLVII. 
2001—2. FRANCIS EDWIN, b. Dec. 13, 1840, at Canan- 

daigua, N. Y.; d. Mar. 26, 1910, at Denver, Colo. 
2002—3. FREDERICK POWELL, b. Sept. 16, 1842, at 

Rochester, N. Y.; m. Feb. 8, 1871, Sallie Bullock 

Thomas, dau. of William Robinson and Mary 

(Smith) Thomas, of Covington, Ky. She was b. 

July 16, 1847. Resides at Covington, Ky. 
2003—4. MILLICENT LESLIE, b. Sept. 7, 1845; m. April 9, 

1870, Frederick Burckhardt. Resides at Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 
2004—5. MARY ELIZABETH, b. Jan. 4, 1848; m. Oct. 21, 

1873, William Sparrow. Resides at Cincinnati, 

Ohio. Children: 

I. Jackson Wolcott Sparrow, b. Aug. 13, 1874, a) 
Covington, Ky. An attorney at law at Cincinnati, O. 

II. Frederick Wolcott Sparrow, b. Dec. 7, 1876. 

III. Millicent Wolcott Sparrow, b. June 1, 1879; m. 
Oct. 2, 1901, Frank Rand Maguire. Resides at Cin- 
cinnati, O. 

2005—6. CLARENCE HORATIO, b. May 31, 1850. 



266 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

— CCCXXX— 

EDMUND WATERHOUSE 8 WOLCOTT [1192] 
(Samuel 1 , Elisha 6 , Elisha 5 , Samuel*, Samuel 8 , Henry 1 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Jan. 14, 1844, Maria, dau. of Ithai Thompson; 
lived in Chapinville, N. Y. Children :— 



2006 1 

2007 2 

2008 3 

2009 4 

20I0 5 

201 1 — 6 



FREDERICK HORATIO, b. March 20, 1845. 
JOHN JEFFERSON, b. March 26, 1847. 
ELIZA ANN, b. May 25, 1849. 
MARY FRANCES, b. May 22, 185 1. 
HARRIET LOUISE, b. Dec. 31, 1853. 
EDMUND BUTLER, b. June 29, 1858; d. 



— CCCXXXI— 

JOHN JEFFERSON 8 WOLCOTT [1193] (Samuel 1 , 
Elisha 6 , Elisha 5 , Samuel 4 ", Samuef", Henry 1 , Henry 1 ) m. 
Sept. 10, 1835, Sarah Ann, dau. of Ancel Fox. He settled 
in Fulton, N. Y., where he engaged in commercial pursuits 
and became one of the active and influential men of the 
village. He was in his earlier years elected to different town 
offices and in 1847 was chosen a Representative in the Legis- 
lature. In 1855, he was elected a State Senator. He d. 
July 31, 1881. Children:— 

2012— 1. ELIZA HANNAH, b. Jan. 30, 1839; d. Oct. 19, 1842. 
2013—2. SAMUEL, b. July 3, 1842; d. Aug. 27, 1846. 
2014—3. HELEN SOPHIA, b. Aug. 3, 1846. 
2015—4. CLARENCE HAMNER, b. March 3, 1848. See 

CCCCLVIII. 
2016—5. ORVILLE BUTLER, b. Sept. 28, 1849; d. Sept. 

18, 1854. 
2017—6. EDWARD COE, b. May 9, 1857. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 267 

— CCCXXXII— 

CHARLES 8 WOLCOTT [1200] (Elisha 7 , Elisha 6 , 
Elisha?, Samuel*, Samuel*, Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) May 
12, 1847, Hannah, dau. of James Blinn; she d. Nov. 12, 
1860; (2nd) Oct. 2, 1862, Harriet (Babb) Libby, of West- 
brook, Me. He d. Nov. 28, 1900. Children:— 

2018— i. HARRIET BLINN, b. Jan. 27, 1848. 

2019—2. CHARLES FREDERICK, b. Mar. 21, 1858. 

2020—3. EDWIN WILDER, b. Oct. 15, 1863; d. Aug. 29, 
1865. 

2021—4. ELISHA ROBBINS, b. Feb. 2, 1865. See CCCCLIX. 

2022—5. ROBERT RICH, b. Feb. 7, 1868; m. July 26, 1892, 
Lilien de Walltearss, of New York City; a physician; 
d. Mar. 7, 1893, in Phoenix, Ariz. 

2023—6. HELEN LIBBY, b. Oct. 17, 1869. Lives at Wethers- 
field, Conn. 

2024—7. MARY LADOYETT, b. Sept. 28, 1876; m. Dec. 3, 
1 901, Henry Robinson Buck, of Hartford, Conn. 
See VII. Resides at Hartford, Conn. Children: 

I. Henry Wolcott Buck, b. May 15, 1903. 

II. Robinson Buck, b. July 8, 1909. 

III. Elizabeth Rosewell Buck, b. Feb. 3, 1912. 



— CCCXXXIII— 

ROBERT ROBBINS 8 WOLCOTT [1203] (Elisha 7 , 
Elisha 6 , Elisha 5 , Samuel* , Samuel*, Henry' 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
April 28, 1858, Harriet B., dau. of Horace Lord, of Hart- 
ford, Conn. wShe was b. Nov. 26, 1837. He resides at 
Wethersfield. Children : — 

2025—1. ALICE ELIZABETH, I). March 10, 1859; m. July 
27, 1881, Wilbur Henry Squire, of Hartford, Conn. 
Resides at Meriden, Conn. Children: 



268 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

I. Robert Allan Squire, b. Jan. 11, 1883. 

II. William Lord Squire, b. Aug. 30, 1884. 

III. Wolcott Squire, b. July 20, 1886 ; d. Aug. 12, 1899. 

IV. Roger Wolcott Squire, b. Nov. 16, 1890. 

V. Lucy Butler Squire, b. Dec. 20, 1895. 

2026—2. MARY WELLS, b. Oct. 25, 1865; m. July 5, 1887, 
Rev. John Barstow. 



— CCCXXXIV— 

WALTER FRANKLIN 8 WOLCOTT [1205] 
(Daniel 1 , Elisha Q , Elisha 5 , Samuel*, Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ). Came with parents to Wethersfield, N. Y., in 
1812; m. (1st) in 1832, Sybil Tyler, of Wethersfield, N. Y. 
She was b. Aug. 20, 1816, and d. March 4, 1878; (2nd) in 
1879, Mrs. Eliza Huntley. She was b. about 1811. He d. 
Sept. 11, 1891, and is buried at Wethersfield Springs, N. Y. 
Children : — 

2027—1. CALVIN A., b. Oct. 16, 1833. See CCCCLX. 
2028—2. EDWARD TYLER, b. Oct. 4, 1840. See CCCCLXI. 
2029—3. CHAUNCEY FRANKLIN, b. Sept. 7, 1842; m. 

April 20, 1877, Frances Ramsey, who was b. Aug. 

25, 1857, and d. March 31, 1893. He d. June 15, 

1903. 
2030—4. OLIVE VIOLA, b. Aug. 3, 1845, at Wethersfield, 

N. Y.; m. (1st) Dec. 20, 1865, James L. Cory, of 

same place. He was b. Oct. 3, 1843, and d. June 

28, 1878, at Red Cloud, Neb. (2nd) Nov. 23, 1887, 

Martin M. Ledger. Children: 

I. Frank W. Cory, b. Oct. 4, 1866. 

II. Alma R. Cory, b. Feb. 24, d. July 1, 1870. 

III. Alma S. Cory, b. July 25, 1873. 

IV. Myrtle A. Ledger. 

2031—5. BENJAMIN AUGUSTUS, b. Jan. 9, 1848. See 
CCCCLXII. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 269 

— cccxxxv— 

DANIEL MORGAN 8 WOLCOTT [1206] (Daniel 7 , 
Elisha 6 j Elisha*, Samuel* j Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
(1st) Oct. 23, 1833, his cousin, Mary Willard, dau. of Dea. 
William and Hannah Wolcott Willard, of Wethersfield, 
Conn. She was b. April 12, 1809, and d. July 12, 1842. 
(2nd) June 22, 1843, Lucinda G. Wells, dau. of Dea. Origen 
O. and Sarah Gaylord Wells, of Newington, Conn. She was 
b. Nov. 23, 1814, and d. Dec. 8, 1893. He d. July 1, 1885, 
at Wethersfield, Conn., and is buried at Wethersfield Springs, 
N. Y. Children:— 

2032—1. MARY ELIZABETH, b. Dec. 11, 1834, at Wethers- 
field, N. Y.; m. Nov. 20, 1855, Truman A. Hill. He 
was b. March 1, 1832, and d. April 25, 1904, at Mt. 
Morris, N. Y. She d. May 17, 1870, at Fulton, Miss. 
Children: 

I. Albert Truman Hill. b. Aug. 15, 1856. 

II. Frank Eugene Hill, b. April 24, 1862. 

III. Edith May Hill, b. July 28, 1869. 

20ZZ—2. HANNAH MARIA, b. Sept. 18, 1836, at Wethers- 
field, N. Y. ; m. Dec. 26, i860, Lucius L. Cory, of 
same place. He was b. June 24, 1838. Children: 

I. Flora Adell Cory, b. Marcb 22, 1865. 

II. Willard Hutlcr Cory, b. July 24, 1867. 
Ml. Emma Alma Cory, b. Jan. 10, 1872. 

IV. Sarah Lucinda Cory, b. Sept. 14, 1873. 

2034—3. DANIEL WILLARD, l». Aug. 5, [839; d. April 21, 
[841. 

2035 — 4. LAURA, 1). April 20, d. Sept. 1, [842. 

2036—5. SARAH LUCINDA, b. May [6, [844, at Wethers- 
field, X. V.; m. Jan. 21. 187X, Truman A. Mill, of 
Mt. Morris, X. Y. Child: 

Eva l. idle Hill, b. Sept. 16, 1880. 



270 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

2037—6. EMMA ADALINE, b. Aug. 24, 1845, at Wethers- 
field, N. Y.; m. Nov. 26, 1868, at Wethersfleld, 
N. Y., Harrison H. DeVinney, son of William and 
Olive DeVinney, of Mt. Morris, N. Y., who was b. 
Jan. 21, 1846. Child: 

Albert H. DeVinney, b. Feb. 4, 1882, at Wethersfleld, 
N. Y. 



— CCCXXXVI— 

LUCIUS 8 WOLCOTT [1208] (Daniel 1 , Elisha Q , 
Elisha 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. June 2, 
1840, Olive M. Chandler, a native of New Hampshire. 
She was b. Oct. 2, 1822, and d. July 10, 1900. Lived in 
Wethersfleld until 1842 when he removed to Burlington, 
Iowa, and in 1846 to Monroe, Wis., where he d. July 15, 
1891. Children:— 

2038—1. ALBERT MORTON, b. Aug. 18, 1842. See 

CCCCLXIII. 
2039 — 2 - FLORENCE ELLA, m. Spyrenus S. Hyde. Resides 

at Monroe, Wis. 



— CCCXXXVII— 

WILLIAM 8 WOLCOTT [1209] (Daniel 1 , Elisha Q , 
Elisha 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel 8 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Aug. 7, 
1835, Cynthia Hatfield. She was b. Oct. 24, 1819, and d. 
March 14, 1900. He d. Sept. 16, 1870. Both buried at 
Wethersfleld Springs, N. Y. Children: — 

2040—1. SOPHIA, b. Sept. 27, 1836; m, Feb. 7, 1854, Guy P. 
Morgan, of Hermitage, N. Y. He was b. Sept. 14, 
1830. She d. Dec. 7, 1900. Children: 

I. Augustus Wolcott Morgan, b. Nov/ 19, 1854. 

II. Flora A. Morgan, b. Jan. 2, 1862. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 271 

2041—2. MARSHALL ALMARNIE, b. July 21, 1838. See 

CCCCLXIV. 
2042—3. WILLIAM WALLACE, b. Dec. 21, 1839. See 

CCCCLXV. 
2043—4. MARIA E., b. May 22, 1841, at Wethersfield, N. Y.; 

m. July 25, 1865, Alfred G. Neely, of same place. 

He was b. Dec. 7, 1838. Child: 

Jennie Neely, b. July 28, 1868; d. Oct. 18, 1893. 

2044—5. CHESTER CLINTON, b. Oct. 13, 1832. See 

CCCCLXVI. 
2045—6. PERKINS HATFIELD, b. Nov. 2, 1845; m. Feb. 27, 

1868, Harriet Neely. She was b. June 11, 1849. 

Resides at Hermitage, N. Y. 



— CCCXXXVIII— 

JOHN 8 WOLCOTT [1210] (Daniel 1 , Elisha G , Elisha 5 , 
Samuel 4 ", SamueF', Henry' 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Nancy Franklin, of 
Wethersfield, N. Y. She was b. Jan. 2, 1820, and d. Feb. 21, 
1882. He (1. June 30, 1888. Children:— 

2046—1. HELEN AUGUSTA, 1). May 25, 1842; m. Tillotson 
Newbury Bronson. He d. Dec. 1, 1894. Children: 

I. Minnie Bronson. 

II. Arden Bronson. 

III. Carrie Bronson. 

IV. John Bronson. 

V. Gerald N. Bronson. 

VI. Walter Bronson. 

VII. Albert Bronson. 

2047—2. CAROLINE WEBSTER, b. Jan. 11. 1845, at Weth- 
ersfield, N. Y.; m. July 26, 1866, Walter Whipple, 
of same place, lie was b. July 28, 1845. 



272 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

2048 — 3. MARIA, b. May 28, 1847; m - Nov - 2 9> l8 66, Warren 
W. Neygus. He was b. March 19, 1837, and d. 
Nov. 10, 1906. Children, b. at Wethersfield Springs, 
N. Y.: 

I. Lillie Neygus, b. June 20, 1868. 

II. Susan Neygus, b. Sept. 11, 1869. 

III. Clara Neygus, b. Oct. 11, 1870. 

2049—4. JOHN JUSTUS, b. Feb. 16, 185 1. See CCCCLXVII. 

2050— 5. DANIEL M., b. June 5, 1854. See CCCCLXVIII. 

2051 — 6. FRANCIS, b. June 21, 1856; m. (1st) Jennie Relyea; 
(2nd) 1882, Mrs. Nancy Rogers. She d. Jan. 16, 
1908, aged 89 years. He d. Jan. 31, 1892. 



— CCCXXXIX— 

CHAUNCEY 8 WOLCOTT [1211] (Daniel 1 , Elisha 6 , 
Elisha?, Samuel' 1 , Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Feb. 1, 
1844, Lydia Durfee, dau. of Ephraim and Polly Durfee, of 
Orangeville, N. Y. She was b. April 18, 1822, and d. Feb. 
8, 1887. He d. Jan. 13, 1904. Both buried at Wethersfield 
Springs, N. Y. Child: — 

2052—1. WILLIAM DURFEE, b. June 22, 1848. See 
CCCCLXIX. 



— CCCXL— 

CHESTER LUCAS 8 WOLCOTT [1212] (Daniel 7 , 
EHsha Q , Elisha 5 , Samuel*, Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
Feb. 18, 1846, Eliza Durfee, dau. of Ephraim and Polly 
Durfee. She was b. March 25, 1824, at Orangeville, N. Y., 
where she d. June 18, 1891. He d. Aug. 5, 1892, Children, 
b. at Orangeville, N. Y. : — 



EIGHTH GENERATION 273 

2053 — 1. ELPHA MARIA, b. June 2, 1849; m - J une 2 > l8 75> 
Allen W. Weeks, of Orangeville, N. Y., son of 
Benjamin and Sarah Baker Weeks. He was b. 
March 31, 1844. She d. Nov. 7, 1875. 

2054—2. EDMOND C, b. June 3, 1852; d. Oct. 26, 1869. 

2055 — 3. EARL D., b. June 19, 1855. See CCCCLXX. 

2056—4. ELLEN VIOLA, b. May 14, 1859; m. April 9, 1879, 
Orin Alonzo Griffen, son of Isaac and Hannah 
(Hand) GrifTen. He was b. in Orangeville, N. Y., 
July 7, 1856. Children: 

I. Clara Eliza Griffen, b. April 1, 1880; d. Oct. 
18, 1891. 

II. Mary Elpha Griffen, b. Sept. 8, 1884. 

III. Edmond Henry Griffen, b. May 18, 1887. 

IV. Abram Lawrence Griffen, b. Feb. 16, 1889. 

V. Ward Orin Griffen, b. July 19, 1892. 

VI. Elgia Grace Griffen, b. May 31, 1895. 



— CCCXLI— 

CHARLES DOUGLAS 8 WOLCOTT [1214] 
Daniel 1 , Elishcf', ~Elisha Vi , Samuel^, Samuel*, Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Oct. 2, 1851, Sarah M. Merrill. She was b. 
Feb. 11, 1829, at Orangeville, N. Y. They lived nearly all 
their married life in the Wolcott Homestead which he bought 
in 1859. He d. Nov. 2, 1904. Child:— 

2057—1. FLORENCE CELIA, b. Aug. 10, 1855; m. (1st) 
1873, Henry S. Fargo, son of Myron L. and Mary 
A. Fargo. He was b. 1851, and d. Nov. 8, 1891. 
(2nd) Dec. 28, 1893, Warren S. Torrey. She d. 
June 18, 1902. Child: 

Ira Fargo, b. June 18, 1883, at Wethersfield, N. Y. 



274 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

— CCCXLII— 

JOSIAH EDMUND 8 WOLCOTT [1221] (Daniel 
Russell 1 , Josiah 6 , Josiah 5 , Samuel 4 ", Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Nov. 2, 1842, Mary Ann Smith, dau. of Sabinus 
and Sarah Smith, of Austinburgh, Ohio. He d. in Orwell, 
Ohio, Feb. 3, 1894. Children:— 

2058—1. SERENO E., b. Nov. 21, 1844, at Orwell, Ohio. See 

CCCCLXXI. 
2059 — 2. ALBERT G., b. Apr. 25, 1850, at Orwell, Ohio. See 

CCCCLXXII. 



— CCCXLIII— 

HORACE ALANSON 8 WOLCOTT [1222] (Daniel 
Russell 1 , Josiah 6 , Josiah 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel 5 , Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Aug. 17, 1856, Louisa Pason Bixby, dau. of 
Sumner and Lucy Heald Bixby, of Norridgewock, Maine. 
He d. Feb. 21, 1887, at Boulder, Colo. Children:— 

2060—1. EDWARD CORNING, b. June 1, 1862, at Grinnell, 

Iowa. See CCCCLXXIII. 
2061—2. CHARLES ALBERT, b. Dec. 11, 1870, at Ward, 

Colo. See CCCCLXXIV. 
2062—3. FRANK HOWARD, b. Aug. 22, 1876, at Gold Hill, 

Colo.; m. Dec. 27, 1906, Estelle May Holmes, of 

Boulder, Colo., dau. of Henry and Mary Edward 

Holmes, of Cincinnati, O. 



— CCCXLIV— 

WILLIS AUGUSTUS 8 WOLCOTT [1224] (Daniel 
Russell 1 , Josiah 6 , Josiah 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Dec., 1864, Lydia Ann Bingham, dau. of 
Benjamin and Adelaide Bingham, of Orwell, O. She was 



EIGHTH GENERATION 275 

b. Aug. 2, 1842, at Orwell, O., and d. Aug. 25, 1899, at 
Ashtabula, O. He d. March 4, 1890, at Orwell, O. Children, 
b. at Orwell, Ohio: — 

2063—1. FREDERICK LINCOLN, b. Feb. 14, 1867. 
2064—2. IDA BERTHA, b. Aug. 2, 1868; d. 
2065—3. CHARLES FREEMAN, b. Feb. 1, 1871. See 
CCCCLXXV. 

2066—4. ARTEMUS RUSSELL, b. Dec. 11, 1875; d - Ma Y 5> 
19 10. 

2067—5. CLARA GERTRUDE, b. July 1, 1878. 

2068—6. ANNA ELIZA, b. Jan. 9, 1882. 

2069—7. JESSIE DANIEL, b. March 12, 1885. 



— CCCXLV— 

RUSSELL 8 WOLCOTT [1230] (Horace 7 , Josiah 6 , 
Josiah?, Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. May 23, 
1847, Caroline Hermes; lived in California; d. Oct. 20, 1865. 
Children : — 

2070—1. GUY WALTER, b. July 17, 1848. 

2071—2. HELEN LOUISA, b. Feb. 26, d. April 4, 1850. 

2072 — 3. LUELLA, b. July 19, 1853. 

2073—4. FRANK RUSSELL, b. Sept. 25, 1855. 



— CCCXLVI— 

ADDISON 8 WOLCOTT [1233] (Horace 1 , Josiah G , 
Josia¥ } , Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry^ ) m. March 27, 
1844, Rebecca A. Clark, of Atwater, O. Children: — 

2074—1. JULIA HILLYER, b. Oct. 15, 1845; d. Nov., 1911. 

2075—2. CHARLES ALBERT, b. Feb. 2, d. Oct. 4, 1850. 

2076—3. ADDISON BENTON, b. June [9, 185 1. 

2077—4. DELMER CLARK, b. April 14, 1858. 



276 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

— CCCXLVII— 

ALBERT GALLATIN 8 WOLCOTT [1234] 
(Horace' ' , Josiah Q , Josiah 5 , Samuel 1 , Samuel 8 j Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. May 30, 1854, Mary H. Simpkinson. She was 
b. Mar. 3, 1833, at Belper, near Derby, in England. He d. 
Dec. 28, 1882, at Wyandotte, Kansas. Children: — 

2078 — 1. CHARLES E. S., b. May 10, 1856; m. July 12, 1904, 
at Wyandotte, Kan., Sadie J. Van Peyma, dau. of 
James and Elizabeth Kew, of Atchison, Kan. Re- 
sides at Kansas City, Kan. 

2079—2. JOHN ALBERT, 1 u ™ o ( j 

/y J twins, b. May 30, 1859 < d. 

2080—3. ANNA ELIZABETH,] y ° °^ ( 

2081—4. ELIZABETH SOMERS, b. Nov. 30, 1864. 

2082—5. FRANCIS ALONZO, b. Aug. 8, 1868; d. 

2083—6. HENRY HOLMES, b. March 2, 1870; d. 

2084—7. LINUS SHELDON, b. Feb. 12, 1873; resides at Bill- 
ings, Mont. 

2085—8. FRANK EBERSOLE, b. Feb. 20, 1876. 

2086—9. LUELLA EVELYN, b. March 14, 1880. 



— CCCXLVIII— 

HOMER JOSIAH 8 WOLCOTT [1245] (Jonah 

Willis 7 , Josiah 6 , Josiah 5 , Samuel*, Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. (1st) June 13, 1860, Mary Elizabeth Liddle, 
dau. of John C. and Sarah Liddle. She d. Oct. 28, 1883; 
(2nd) Nov. 15, 1885, Mary Eliza Mehan. Children:— 

2087—1. AMY REBECCA, b. May 9, 1863; m. Sept. 20, 1882, 

Henry Richards. 
2088—2. HENRY LYMAN, b. May 6, 1865; m. Sept. 17, 1890, 

Adeline, dau. of Z. C. and Eunice Hillman. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 277 

— CCCXLIX— 

LYMAN 8 WOLCOTT [1247] (Josiah Willis 1 , Josiah Q , 
Josiah 5 , Samuel*, Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Hattie 
Hickox, dau. of Chandelor and Ursula Hickox. Children : — 

2089—1. EDWIN CHANDELOR, b. March 19, 1863; m. July 

19, 1906, Lenore McCloud. 
2090—2. NETTIE LUELLA, b. Aug. 10, 1867; m. Feb. 27, 

1889, Arby J. Ward. Children: 

I. Hazel Genevieve Ward, b. June 20, 1894. 

II. Zelma Harriet Ward, b. Mar. 29, 1899; d. Aug. 
22, 1906. 

III. Geraldine Alida Ward, b. Jan. 10, 1910. 

2091—3. LEVERETT CALVIN, b. June 26, 1870. See 

CCCCLXXVI. 
2092—4. JOSIAH WARD, b. March 20, 1872. See 

CCCCLXXVII. 
2093 — 5. ALIDA BELLE, b. Aug. 8, 1875; m. Feb. 28, 1900, 

Tracy C. Spencer, son of Warren Erastus and Nancy 

(Douglass) Spencer. Child: 

Dorothy Harriet Spencer, b. Feb. 22, 1901. 



— CCCL— 

ORLANDO KEEP 8 WOLCOTT [1249] (Erastus 7 , 
JosiaW', Josiah 5 , Samuel*, Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
Nov. 13, 1845, Catherine Maria, dau. of Norman Stow; lived 
(1879) in Farmington, O. Children: — 

2094—1. NORMAN ERASTUS, b. Nov. 17, 1846; d. Dec. 22, 
1847. 

2095—2. CORNELIA ALMIRA, b. Oct. 20, 1848; m. June 5, 
1872, Dr. William J. Haine, son of William and 
Mary Haine, of Somersetshire, Eng. Children: 



278 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

I. Mary Haine, b. 1874. 

II. Grace Haine, b. 1876. 

III. Austin Haine, b. 1878. 

IV. Jay Haine, b. 1880. 

V. Clarence Haine. 

VI. Mabel Haine. 

2096—3. AUSTIN ERASTUS, b. Oct. 12, 1850; m. Oct. 6, 
1887, Ada Knight, dau. of Hiram T. and Louisa E. 
Knight. 

2097—4. MIRANDA CELESTIA, b. April 26, 1853; m. June 
5, 1879, Marius E. Maltbie, of Farmington, O. 

2098—5. JULIUS ORLANDO, b. Feb. 25, 1856; d. July 22, 
1858. 

2099—6. ORVIS ORLANDO, b. Oct. 31, 1859; m. April 4, 
1884, Carrie Maltbie, dau. of Isaac and Julia (Bost- 
wick) Maltbie. 



— CCCLI— 

JULIUS ERASTUS 8 WOLCOTT [1252] (Erastus\ 
Josiah & , Josiah 5 , Samuel 4 ", Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
Sept. 6, 1854, Orla Roberts. She was b. March 9, 1833, at 
Gustavus, O., and d. Jan. 25, 1895, at Clay, Iowa. He d. 
Nov. 1, 1904, at Clay, Iowa. Children: — ■ 

2100— 1. EDWIN STANTON, b. June 21, 1862, at Clay, Iowa. 
See CCCCLXXVIII. 

2101 — 2. EMMA, b. Aug. 18, 1866, at Clay, Iowa; m. April 3, 
1902, Richard Merrin Linn, at Husted, Colo. He 
was b. July 4, 1866, and d. Oct. 20, 1906. She is 
now a practicing physician at Chicago, 111. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 279 

— CCCLII— 

ORVIS ADNY 8 WOLCOTT [1253] (Erastus 7 ,Josiah Q , 
Josiah?, Samuel 4 ", Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Helen D. 
Andrews, dau. of Joseph and Mary Andrews, of Lee 
County, Iowa. Resides at Washington, Neb. Children: — 

2102— i. MARY EMMA, b. Sept. 28, 1862. Resides at Wash- 
ington, Neb. 

2103—2. CATHERINE ALMIRA, b. Dec. 3, 1864. 

2104—3. MELVILLE ORLANDO, b. April 5, 1868; m. March 
15, 1897, Nora C, dau. of Otis H. and Maria M. 
(Hill) Scott, of Spofrord, N. H. Resides at Akron, 
Colo. 

2105—4. CELIA HELEN, b. May 12, 1873. 

2106—5. LE ROY ANDREWS, b. Aug. 30, 1875. 

2107—6. ORLIE ADNEY, b. April 23, 1878. 



— CCCLIII— 

WILLIAM WIRT 8 WOLCOTT [1256] (Edmund 
Pinkney 1 , Josiah 6 , Josia¥ J , Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. March 24, 1858, Ellen S. Carpenter, dau. of 
Isaac Carpenter, of Cattaraugus County, N. Y. Children: — 

2108 — 1. ANNA LAURA, b. July 10, 1861, at Farmington, 
O.; m. Dec. 25, 1863, Edward Peters Hall, son of 
Lyman and Mary P. Hall, of New Hampshire. 
Children: 

I. Edith Laura Hall, b. Feb. 19, 1885. 

II. Ralph Lyman Hall, b. Oct. 20, 1891. 

III. Mary Celeste Hall, b. April 8, 1893. 

2109—2. CHARLES HENRY, b. Jan. 26, 1864, at Farming- 
ton, O. See CCCCLXXIX. 



280 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

21 10—3. MARY AMELIA, b. Sept. 24, 1865, at Farmington, 
O.; m. Oct., 1887, Abijah Smith, of Golden, Colo.; 
d. Dec. 22, 1894. 

21 1 1— 4. WILLIAM EDMUND, b. April 15, 1867, at Mesopo- 
tamia, O. See CCCCLXXX. 



— CCCLIV— 

CHARLES FINNEY 8 WOLCOTT [1260] (Edmund 
Pinkney 1 ', Josiah 6 ', fosiah 5 . Samuel 4 ,, Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Sept. 10, 1874, at Hiram, Ohio, Sarah Vanelia 
Dilley, dau. of Bryson and Rose Ann Fowler Dilley, of 
Hiram, Ohio. Children: — 

21 12— 1. ROSE AMELIA, b. Oct., 1875. 

21 13— 2. RALPH EDMOND, b. Oct. (Nov.) 10, 1878; m. 
June 3, 1910, Georeana Swancott. 



— CCCLV— 

JOSEPH HIGGINS 8 WOLCOTT [1264] (Lewis 7 , 
Theodore®, Josiah 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
Sept. 12, 1837, Rebecca Banning Webb, dau. of Amzi and 
Hephzibah (Bushnell) Webb, of Farmington, O. He d. 
Oct., 1886, at Garfield, Kan. She was b. Aug. 14, 1814, at 
Johnson, O., and d. Mar. 23, 1907, at Decatur, Mich. 
Children : — 

2114— 1. HARLAN PAGE, b. Nov. 15, 1838. See 

CCCCLXXXI. 
21 15— 2. HENRY GOODRICH, b. Aug. 8, 1841. See 

CCCCLXXXII. 
21 16— 3. NANCY SIBA, b. and d. Mar. 9, 1846. 
21 17— 4. DARWIN BUSHNELL, b. Feb. n, 1848. See 

CCCCLXXXIII. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 281 

21 18—5. AMORET NANCY, b. Dec. 15, 1852, at Farmington, 
O.; m. Oct. 24, 1877, Wilbur F. Roseman. Resides 
at Kinsley, Kan. Children: 

I. Paul Wolcott Roseman, b. Mar. 29, 1879, at Fre- 
mont, Nebr. 

II. Lucile Louise Roseman, b. Sept. 19, 1886, at Fre- 
mont, Nebr. 



— CCCLVI— 

ORLOW LEWIS 8 WOLCOTT [1268] (Lewis 1 , 
Theodore*, Josiah 5 , Samuel*, Samuel*, Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
March 14, 1850, Martha Frances Kibbe, dau. of Austin D. 
and Ruth (Steele) Kibbe, of Farmington, Ohio. She was 
b. Dec. 5, 1830, and d. Jan. 24, 1900, at Readsboro, Vt. He 
d. Dec. 9, 1893, at Warren, Ohio. Children: — 

21 19— 1. ELLA HOWARD, b. March 30, 185 1; m. Dec. 22, 
1874, Rev. Bert N. Chamberlain, of Ohio. 

2120—2. LOUISE STEELE, b. Apr. 27, 1853; d. Aug. 3, 1874. 

2121— 3. EMMA AUSTIN, b. June 25, i860, at Warren, Ohio. 

2122—4. CARRIE FRANCES, b. Jan. 27, 1863, at Farming- 
ton, Ohio. 

2123 — 5. GRACE LEORA, b. Dec. 2, 1865, at Farmington, 
Ohio. 

2124—6. FRANK BLISS, b. July 5, 1872, at Farmington, 
Ohio. See CCCCLXXXIV. 



— CCCLVII— 

LYMAN BEECIIER 8 WOLCOTT [1269] (Lewis 7 , 
Theodore'', Josiah r ', Samuel*, SamueV', Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
Dec. 25, 1855, Elizabeth Robe. Children:— 

2125— r. IONE SUSAN, b. Aug. 1, 1857. 
2126—2. FREDERICK JAMES, b. July 27, 1859. 



282 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



2127- 



— CCCLVIII— 

WILLIAM 8 WOLCOTT [1295] (Newton 7 , Theodore*, 

Josiah 5 , Samuel*, Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) 
Hattie Gillette, of Farmington, O. She d. June 21, 1881; 
(2nd) Feb. 15, 1882, Sarah Fitchett Harrison. Children:— 

CARRIE ELLEN, b. July 15, 1868; m. Robert Miles 
Reynolds. Children: 

I. Lee Oliver Reynolds, b. Jan. 2, 1888. 

II. Maida Hattie Reynolds, b. Apr. 30, 1893. 

III. Walter Newton Reynolds, b. June 2, 1896. 

NEWTON AMOS, b. June 17, 1875. See 

CCCCLXXXV. 
CARL WILLIAM, b. Sept. 3, 1877; d. Sept. 10, 1894. 
BERT SHERBURN, b. July 25, 1884. 
HARRY BENJAMIN, b. Nov. 25, 1888. 
CLYDE DALE, b. Feb. 27, 1891. 
MYRTLE ROSETTA, b. Feb. 9, 1893. 



2128 — 2. 



2129—3 
2130—4 

2131— 5 
2132 — 6 

2133—7 



— CCCLIX— 

ERASMUS 8 WOLCOTT [1302] (Horace 7 , John 6 , 
Josiah 5 , John 4 , Josiah 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Aug., 1855, 
Eliza Francis; d. 1875. Children: — 

2134— 1. ARETIA. 
2135—2. EDITH. 
2136—3. GUY. 



— CCCLX— 

RICHARD 8 WOLCOTT [1303] (Horace 7 , John 6 , 
Josiah 5 , John 4 , Josiah 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 1852, Minerva 
Spencer; d. July 5, 1904. Children: — 

2137— 1. RALPH. 
2138—2. GORDON. 
21 39— 3- MATTIE. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 283 

— CCCLXI— 

HENRY 8 WOLCOTT [1305] (Horace 1 , John 6 , 
Josiah 5 , John 4 ", Josiah 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 1860, Elizabeth 
Richards; d. July, 1863. Children: — 

2140— i. WELLAND. 
2141— 2. HELEN. 



— CCCLXII— 

WARNER 8 WOLCOTT [1309] (Horace 7 , John 6 , 
Josiah 5 , John 4 , Josiah 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) Mar. 
1, 1881, Addie Pease; she d. Jan. 14, 1906; (2nd) Jan. 14, 
1909, Mary Dorothea Goering, of Warren, O. Resides at 
Jefferson, O. Child: — 

2142 — 1. HAZEL. 



— CCCLXIII— 

BENJAMIN S. 8 WOLCOTT [1328] (Jonathan Cook 7 , 
Norman 6 , Justus 5 , George 4 , George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
Oct. 22, 1876, Mary Collins, dau. of Anthony and Catherine 
(Manley) Collins, of Bath, N. Y. She was b. Oct. 12, 1855. 
Children : — 

2143— 1. FRANK E., b. April 12, 1878. 
2144—2. OLIVE R., b. May 11, 1886. 



— CCCLXIV— 

JOEL 8 WOLCOTT [1329] (Charles 7 , Charles 6 , Justus 5 , 
George 4 , George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Lucinda Dow. 
Children : — 

2145— 1. ISAIAH, b. Nov. 5, 1853. See CCCCLXXXVI. 
2146—2. CHARLES E. 

2147—3. MARY ELIZABETH, b. June, 1865; d. March 12, 
1875- 



284 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

— CCCLXV— 

JOHN EDWIN 8 WOLCOTT [1331] (Samuel Keeler 1 , 
Charles 6 , Justus 5 , George 4 ", George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
Mar. 13, 1855, Phebe E. Berry, who was b. July 5, 1833. 
Children : — 

2148— i. SAMUEL BERRY, b. Feb. 24, 1856. D. from 
accident on the North Western R. R. at Gault, 111. 

2149—2. CARRIE ESTELLA, b. Nov. 24, 1859; d. Mar. 13, 
1863. 

2150—3. EDD ELSWORTH, b. June 12, 1862. See 
CCCCLXXXVII. 



— CCCLXVI— 

WILLIAM MAYNARD 8 WOLCOTT [1332] 

(Samuel Keeler 1 ', Charles 6 , Justus 5 , George 41 , George 3 , 
George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. April 17, 1860, Julia E. Lewis, dau. 
of Christopher D. Lewis, of Caton, Steuben County, N. Y. 
She was b. at Westerly, R .1., July 23, 1841, and d. at Corn- 
ing, N. Y., Jan. 28, 1910. He d. March 28, 1887, at Caton, 
N. Y. Child :— 

2151—1. CLARENCE K., b. April 19, 1866. See 
CCCCLXXXVIII. 



— CCCLXVII— 

SAMUEL EMMET 8 WOLCOTT [1334] (Samuel 
Keeler 7 , Charles 6 , Justus 5 , George 4 , George 3 , George 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Annett Smith. Child: — 

2152 — 1. JESSIE. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 



285 



— CCCLXVIII— 

LOUIS ALEXANDER 8 WOLCOTT [1335] (Samuel 
Keeler' ', Charles 6 , Justus 5 , George 4 ", George 2 ", George 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Sept. 7, 1870, Mary Gorton, of Caton, N. Y. 
She d. Sept. 6, 1907. Children:— 



2153— i 
2154—2 

2I 55— 3 
2156—4 

2157—5 
2158—6 



GEORGE T., b. Sept. 2, 1871. See CCCCLXXXIX. 
HARRIET EMMA, b. Dec. 4, 1873; m. Aug. 16, 

1898, D. Burt Quigley, of Corning, N. Y. 
EDA FANNY, b. Sept. 9, 1876; m. July 7, 1900, 

Richard L. Sturtevant, of Corning, N. Y. 
GRACE HANNAH, b. Mar. 21, 1879; d. Sept. 20, 

1889. 
SAMUEL KEELER, b. Mar. 11, 1884. See 

CCCCXC 
MAX, b. April 28, 1887. 



— CCCLXIX— 

EZRA LEGRAND 8 WOLCOTT [1336] (Samuel 
Keeler 7 , Charles 6 , Justus 5 , George 4 , George 3 , George 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. April 30, 1873, Libby Stanton, of Cohocton, 
N. Y. She was b. Dec. 5, 1853, and d. Oct. 30, 1899. He d. 
June 1, 1910. Children:— 

2159— 1. CHARLES, b. April 15, 1874. See CCCCXCI. 
2160—2. STANTON JOHN, b. Nov. 10, 1876. 



— CCCLXX— 

ARCHIBALD SMITH 8 WOLCOTT [1339] 
(Nelson 7 , Charles'', Justus 5 , George 4 , George*, George 2 , 
Henry ] ) m. Sept. 21, 1852, Cornelia Hunt, of Caton, N. Y., 
who was b. Dec. 5, 1834. He d. July 2, 1898. Children:- 



286 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

2161—1. FRANCES J., b. May 23, 1853; m. Oscar Force, of 

Caton, N. Y. 
2162—2. MARY AURELIA, b. May 16, 1855; m. Albert 

Seyter, of Caton, N. Y. 
2l6 3— 3- ELLA C, b. May 21, 1858; m. Albert French, of 

Corning, N. Y. 
2164—4. MAGGIE A., b. Aug. 13, 1864; m. Dec. 24, 1887, 

Rev. J. W. Riker. 



— CCCLXXI— 

URIAH SMITH 8 WOLCOTT [1340] (Nelson 1 , 
Charles 6 , Justus 5 , George 4 ", George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
Victoria Heathe. Child: — 

2165— 1. FREDERICK, b. Jan. 7, 1870. 



— CCCLXXII— 

TIMOTHY SMITH 8 WOLCOTT [1341] (Nelson 7 , 
Charles®, Justus 5 , George 4 , George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
Adelia Toby, dau. of Amasiah Toby, of Caton, N. Y. 
Children : — 

2166— 1. NELSON. 

2167—2. ADELIA. 

2168—3. FLORENCE. 

2169—4. TIMOTHY, b. Jan. 22, 1871. 



— CCCLXXIII— 

JACOB MANLEY 8 WOLCOTT [1343] (Nelson 1 , 
Charles®, Justus 5 , George 4 , George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
April 18, 1865, Mary E. Welts, dau. of Philip and Delila 
Smith Welts, of Corning, N. Y. She d. in 1904, at Salt 
Lake City, Utah. He d. Feb. 11, 1910. Child:— 

2170 — 1. MARY J., b. Jan. 31, 1871, at Corning, 1 N. Y.; lives 
at Salt Lake City, Utah. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 



287 



— CCCLXXIV— 

CHARLES 8 WOLCOTT [1345] (Frederick 1 , Charles 6 , 
Justus 5 , George*, George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) 
Huldah Jane Gillett, of Corning, N. Y.; (2nd) Mar., 1889, 
Mrs. Libby Watson. Children: — 



2171- 
2172- 



2173—3 
2174—4 

217s— 5 
2 1 76 — 6 

2177—7 

2178—8 

2179—9 



ORSON ELWIN, b. Dec. 16, 1855. See CCCCXCII. 
ADDIE, b. Feb. 24, 1859; m. May 2, 1884, F. Eugene 

Esterbrooke, of Big Flats, N. Y. 
HENRY, d. young. 
FANNY, d. in 1881 or 1882. 

PANTHY L., b. March 23, 1866; d. Dec. 5, 1873. 
EVA M., b. Dec. 30, 1869; d. Dec. 16, 1873. 
FRANKIE G., ) twins, b. ( d. Aug. 14, 1873. 
FREDERICK G., ) June 22, 1873 ( d. Aug. 20, 1873. 
CHARLES S., b. June 19, 1876. See CCCCXCIII. 



— CCCLXXV— 

GEORGE 8 WOLCOTT [1347] (Frederick 7 , Charles*, 
Justus 5 , George 4 , George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) 
Amanda Sabrina Ferenbaugh, b. July 10, 1841. (2nd) 
May 4, 1876, Mary Fuller; d. April 10, 1906. Children:— 

2180 — 1. NETTIE, b. Dec. 4, 1865; m. Sept. 12, 1893, George 
W. Bedell. 

2 181 — 2. IDA, b. June 16, 1868; m. June 17, 1896, Sylvester 
Congdon Freeman. 



— CCCLXXVI— 

WILLIAM IRVING 8 WOLCOTT [1353] (Fred- 
erick 1 , Charles*, Justus 5 , George 4 , George 3 , George 2 , 
Henry^) m. April 14, 1878, Julia E. McHenry, who was b. 
April 12, 1855. Child:— 

2182— 1. PHILO RAY, b. April 20, 1879. See CCCCXCIV. 



288 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

— CCCLXXVII— 

WILLIAM E. 8 WOLCOTT [1357] (Edwin Jones 7 , 
John 6 ,, Justus 5 , George 4 , George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
July 1, 1875, Mary Githler, of Corning, N. Y. Children:— 

2183— i. JOHN EDWIN, b. Nov. 17, 1875. See CCCCXCV. 
2184—2. EMMA LOUISE, b. Nov. 10, 1879; d. Oct. 29, 1883. 
2185—3. HARRY ARTHUR, b. May 24, 1881. 
2186—4. FRANK E., b. April 17, 1884. 

2187—5. BENJAMIN HARRISON, b. Feb. 28, 1889; d. Nov. 
23, 1892. 



— CCCLXXVIII— 

JOHN A. 8 WOLCOTT [1358] (Edwin Jones 7 , John 6 , 
Justus 5 , George 4 , George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) 
Minnie Harry, of Rochester, N. Y. ; (2nd) Fanny Glover, 
of Kalamazoo, Mich. Child: — 

2188— 1. JOHN WARREN. 



— CCCLXXIX— 

CHARLES HAMMOND 8 WOLCOTT [1362] 
(George Henry 7 , John 6 , Justus 5 , George 4 , George 3 , 
George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Charlotte Hayes, of Kentucky. He d. 
in 1880. Child:— 

2189— 1. CATHERINE. 



-CCCLXXX— 

SILAS EDWARD 8 WOLCOTT [1376] (Horace 7 , 
Horace 6 , Joseph 5 , Joshua 4 , George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
Nov. 28, 1865, Emma L. Taylor, of Granville, O. He served 



EIGHTH GENERATION 289 

in the Union Army; d. 1873, at Salem, Mo. Children, b. at 
Salem, Mo.: — 

2190— i. EDWARD TAYLOR, b. Nov. 23, 1868; d. young. 
2191 — 2. BERTHA E., b. Feb. 13, 1870; m. Oct. 30, 1900, 
Charles A. Wallof. Child: 

Charles Wolcott Wallof, b. April 3, d. April 4, 1903. 

2192 — 3. WAUNIE L., b. May 4, 1872; m. June, 1893, William 
C. Askin, of Salem, Mo. Children, b. at Salem, Mo.: 

I. Robert M. Askin, b. April 10, 1894. 

II. Bernice Wolcott Askin, b. June 7, 1896. 



— CCCLXXXI— 

WILLIAM PUTNAM 8 WOLCOTT [1378] (Horace 1 , 
Horace* 1 ', Joseph 5 , Joshua*, George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
Oct. 20, 1867, Amanda Ann Kear, dau. of Thomas R. and 
Catharine F. Kear, of Van Wert, O. She was b. Mar. 2, 
1841. He d. Mar. 12, 1892. Served in Union Army. 
Children, b. at Granville, O. : — 

2193— 1. HARRY K., b. Oct. 20, 1868. See CCCCXCVI. 
2194—2. EDWARD W., b. April 20, 1871. See CCCCXCVII. 



— CCCLXXXII— 

HORACE MILTON 8 WOLCOTT [1381] (Horace 7 , 
Horace*, Joseph* ', Joshua*, George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
May 8, 1874, Julia Bancroft. She d. March 29, 1889. Re- 
sides at Palo Alto, Cal. Children: — 

2195 — 1. HORACE E., b. June 22, 1877; d. 1906. 

2196—2. OLIVER G., b. Nov. 19, 1880. See CCCCXCVII 1. 



290 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

— CCCLXXXIII— 

OLIVER NEWELL 8 WOLCOTT [1382] (Horace 7 , 
Horace 6 , Joseph 5 , Joshua*, George 8 , George 2 , Henry 1 ). 
Attended Denison University, Granville, O. ; graduate 
Starling Medical College, Columbus O. ; post-graduate of 
Chicago Polyclinic; m. Jan. 8, 1880, Carrie Beard. 
Children : — 

2197— i. OLIVER BEARD, b. June 4, 1881; d. Oct. 23, 1883. 

2198—2. ANDREW WALTER, b. April 25, 1885, at Jackson- 
town, O.; m. Nov. 11, 191 1, Margaret Alice 
Williams. 

2199—3. SHEPARD. b. Sept. 25, 1887; d. Aug. 28, 1888. 

2200—4. HELEN WINCHELL, b. Aug. 15, 1889, at Colum- 
bus, O. 

2201—5. ETHEL BEARD, b. Feb. 18, 1891, at Columbus, O. 



— CCCLXXXIV— 

LUCIAN McCLENATHAN 8 WOLCOTT [1383] 
(Elias Howe 7 , Elias 6 , Joseph 5 , Joshua 4 , George 3 , George 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. July 26, 1855, at Waterville, N. Y., Emeline 
Mary Elizabeth Clark. She was b. Aug. 28, 1836, at Water- 
ville, N. Y., and d. Feb. 13, 1904, at Oskaloosa, Iowa. He 
d. Aug. 18, 1892, at Oskaloosa, Iowa. Children: — 

2202—1. PETER CLARK, b. May 4, 1856. See CCCCXCIX. 

2203—2. LUCIEN FREMONT, b. Oct. 20, 1862. See D. 

2204—3. MARY PUTNAM, b. Jan. 31, 1865; d. Dec. 9, 
1905, unm. 



— CCCLXXXV— 

ROSCOE 8 WOLCOTT [1391] (Elias Howe 7 , Elias 6 , 
Joseph 5 , Joshua 4 , George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. June 17, 
1868, Emma Bridges, dau. of Hiram B. and Chloe Bridges, 



EIGHTH GENERATION 291 

of Coal Run, Ohio. Resides at Waterford, O. Children, b. 
at Watertown, O. : — 

2205—1. ANNA LORENA, b. Feb. 8, 1873; m - Nov - 26 > l8 9 6 > 
— Klinger. Child: 

Marion Chloe Klinger, b. Feb. 3, 1902, at Watertown, 
Ohio. 

2206—2. BROOKS, b. Nov. 14, 1878. See DI. 
2207—3. LOTTIE MARIAN, b. Aug. 8, d. Aug. 22, 1892. 



— CCCLXXXVI— 

BYRON AUGUSTUS 8 WOLCOTT [1409] 
(Augustus Stowe 1 , Elias Q , Joseph 5 , Joshua 4 , George 3 , 
George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Clara A. Beam. Child : — 

2208 — 1. CORA A., b. June 12, 1876; m. Nov. 29, 1887, Jesse 
E. Dillon, son of Jesse and Amanda Dillon, of 
Central City, W. Va. Children: 

I. Albert G. Dillon, b. Oct. 10, 1888. 

II. Hal P. Dillon, b. Dec. 11, 1889. 

III. Leslie F. Dillon, b. Oct. 12, 1891. 

IV. Margaret E. Dillon, b. Oct. 19, 1898; d. March 
11, 1910. 



— CCCLXXXVIT— 

AARON M. 8 WOLCOTT [1463] (Silas Park 7 , Elijah*, 
Silas 5 , Josiah 4 , George* , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Dec. 31, 1863, 
Lavina M. Merrill. She was b. July 6, 1845, and d. Sept. 1, 
1893. He d. Oct. 6, 1892. Children:— 

2209 — 1. STELLA M., b. Aug. 1, 1867. 

2210 — 2. AUSTIN L., b. June 3. 1874; m. Cora L. Wilcox. 

221 1— 3. LYMAN, b. Nov. 11, 1878. 



292 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

— CCCLXXXVIII— 

SILAS J. 8 WOLCOTT [1469] (Silas Park 7 , Elijah 6 , 
Silas 5 , Josiah 4 , George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Sept. 9, 1884, 
Frances Elliott. She was b. Aug. 16, 1855. Child: — 

2212 — i. MARY F., b. March 22, 1887; m. Sept. 26, 1906, 
Floyd L. Munn. 



— CCCLXXXIX— 

JOHN 8 WOLCOTT [1472] (Ransom 7 , Benjamin 6 , 
Silas 5 , Josiah 4 , George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Sept., 1875, 
Rachel R. Wilson, dau. of Harveson R. and Jane Wilson, 
of Bennezett, Pa. Child: — 

21 13— 1. JEROME LYMAN, b. May 14, 1881; m. June 10, 
1905, Julia Elvira Tongren, dau. of Andrew and 
Christine Eleasin Tongren, of Ridgway, Penn. 



— CCCXC— 

RALPH 8 WOLCOTT [1475] ( Guy 7 , Gideon 6 , Henry 5 , 
Henry 4 , Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) May 18, 1850, 
Lydia A., dau. of Nathaniel Marsh, of Amherst, Mass.; 
(2nd) May 17, 1865, Emma Clark Upson, of Northampton, 
Mass. He d. May 24, 1888. Children:— 

2214— 1. WALTER BISSELL, b. Jan. 9, 1868, at North- 
ampton, Mass.; m. May 12, 1909, Nellie (Blaisdell) 
Hodsdon, dau. of James C. and Emily (Brackett) 
Blaisdell. Resides at Newton, Mass. 

2215—2. GERTRUDE LAVONNE, b. Aug. 15, 1870, at 
Easthampton, Mass. 

2216—3. OLIVER WILLARD, b. Sept. 18, 1872; d. Dec. 31, 

i&75- 
2217—4. HERBERT RAYMOND, b. Oct. 31, 1876, at East- 
hampton, Mass. See DII. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 293 

— CCCXCI— 

WILLIAM WADSWORTH 8 WOLCOTT [1483] 
(Walter 1 , Gideon^, Henry 5 , Henry 4 ", Henry 3 , Simon 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Sept. 20, 1853, at Griffin, Ga., Elizabeth 
Hollingsworth, dau. of Joseph and Elizabeth Hollings- 
worth, of Griffin, Ga. Children: — 

2218— i. WALTER BARNETT, b. Sept. 5, 1854, at Griffin, Ga. 
See DHL 

2219—2. JOSEPH HANFORD, b. Jan. 6, 1857, at New- 
man, Ga. 

2220—3. LAURA ELIZABETH, b. Nov. 23, 1859, at New- 
man, Ga. ; d. Sept. 12, 1909. 

2221—4. JOHN WINTHROP, b. Jan. 25, 1863, at Conyers, Ga. 

2222—5. CHARLES HOMER, b. June 11, 1867, at Conyers, 
Ga. 

2223—6. MARY HELENA, b. Sept. 24, 1870, at Conyers, Ga. 

2224—7. ERNEST ENDOX, b. Nov. 3, 1875, at Conyers, Ga. 



— CCCXCII— 

CHESTER JEFFERSON 8 WOLCOTT [1532] 
(Simon Peter 1 , Joseph?, Simon 5 , Henry 4 , Henry 2 ", Simon 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Apr. 19, 1874, Nellie Edith Wilmot, dau. of 
Dr. Silas Gilbert Wilmot and Priscilla Randall (Cragin) 
Wilmot. She was b. Sept. 12, 1856. He d. May 16, 1898. 
A physician. Children: — 

2225 — 1. CORA MAY, b. Feb. 3, 1875; m. Dec. 11, 1894, 
Percy Everett Pierce, son of Jay and Eliza (Dell) 
Pierce. Children: 

I. Nina Wolcott Pierce, b. Oct. 9, 1895. 

II. Chester Jay Pierce, b. March 24, 1897. 

III. Percy Everett Pierce, Jr., b. Mar. 11, 1902. 

IV. Louise Dell Pierce, b. Jan. 17, 1904. 

V. Roland Henry Pierce, b. Apr. 12, 1908. 

VI. Priscilla, b. Jan. 31, 1912. 



294 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

2226 — 2. DORIS, b. Nov. 21, 1878; m. Sept. 19, 1901, John 
Owen Strong, son of Benjamin and Mary (Camp) 
Strong, of Oberlin, Ohio. Resides at Elyria, O. 
Child: 

Mabel Wolcott Strong, b. Nov. 5, 1902. 

2227 — 3. MABEL, b. Aug. 8, 1881; m. July 12, 1899, Homer 
H. Ewing, M. D. She d. Jan. 27, 1900. 



— CCCXCIII— 

CLAYTON A. 8 WOLCOTT [1534] (Simon Peter 7 , 
Joseph 6 , Simon 5 ; Henry 4 , Henry 5 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
Feb. 17, 1874, Cordelia Garner; lives in Guthrie, Okla. 
Children : — 

2228—1. CLARENCE M., b. April 3, 1876. See DIV. 
2229—2. FRANK, b. Oct. 2, 1881. See DV. 
2230—3. ELWIN RAY, b. Sept. 9, 1890. 



— CCCXCIV— 

SAMUEL MELFORD 8 WOLCOTT [1537] (Simon 
Peter 7 , Joseph 6 , Simon 5 , Henry 4 , Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) 
m. Dec. 4, 1878, Ida Emilia King, dau. of Cyrus King, of 
Montville, Ohio. She was b. June 5, 1855, and d. Oct. 9, 
1879, at Sharon, Ohio. Child:— 

2231— 1. WINIFRED, b. Sept. 22, 1879, at Sharon, Ohio. 
Resides at Medina, O. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 295 

— CCCXCV— 

MARTIN PRESTON 8 WOLCOTT [1544] (Thomas 7 , 
Luke Q , Thomas 5 ,, Thomas 4 , Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
Oct. 5, 1819, Rhoda, dau. of James Agard, of Dover, N. Y. ; 
resided (1849) in Lincklaen, N. Y. Children: — 

2232 — 1. ARVILLA, b. Oct. 30, 1821; m. Sept. 24, 1845, 

Sidney Marshall, of Otselic, N. Y. 
2233—2. PERRY, b. May 28, 1825. See DVI. 



— CCCXCVI— 

MARTILLAS CONANT 8 WOLCOTT [1545] 
(Thomas 7 , Luke G , Thomas 5 , Thomas 4 , Henry 3 , Simon 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. March 3, 1822, Minerva, dau. of Carey Y. 
Reynolds, of Otselic, N. Y. ; resided (1849) in Otselic. 
Children : — 

2234 — 1. JANE, b. Oct. 22, 1835. 

2235—2. BIANCA, b. Oct. 27, 1838. 

2236 — 3. LESTER, b. Aug. 30, 1841. 

2237—4. FRANCELIA, b. May 20, 1843. 

2238—5. GEORGE, b. March 25, 1844/ 

2239—6. CLARK PRESTON, b. May 10, 1848. 



— CCCXCVII— 

THOMAS JUDD 8 WOLCOTT [1546] (Thomas 7 , 
Luke (i , Thomas 5 , Thomas 4 , Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
Jane Dewitt Burton. She d. at the age of 82 at Dover, 
N. Y. He d. May, 1854, at Dover, N. Y. Children:— 

2240—1. HANNAH, m. Edward B. Lane, of Kent, Conn. 
Children: 

I. Martin Lane. 

II. Clark Lane. 

III. Sophia Lane. 

IV. Mary Lane. 

V. Albert Lane. 

VI. Walter Lane. 



296 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

2241—2. JOHN, b. 1824. See DVII. 

2242—3. OLIVER. See DVIII. 

2243 — 4. MARY JANE, m. John Lee, of Kent, Conn.; he d. in 
1889. Lives in Ansonia with dau. Children: 

I. Martin Lee, b. Nov., 1855. 

II. Walter Lee. 

III. Jennie Maria Lee, b. 1860 ; d. four years old. 

IV. Bertha Lee, b. 1870; m. Clifford French, of 
Ansonia. 

2244—5. ANTOINETTE, d. two years old. 

2245—6. WILLIAM BURTON, b. July 5, 1832. See DIX. 

2246—7. MARTILLAS. See DX. 

2247 — 8. PHILIP, m. Alice Sherman. 

2248 — 9. ARVILLA, m. William Stowe, of Kent. Children: 

I. Dewitt Stowe, b. 1867. 

II. Hattie Stowe. 

III. Frank Stowe. 

IV. Charles Stowe. 

V. Martha Stowe. 

VI. Ida Stowe. 

2249 — 10. ELIZABETH, m. Lyman Baldwin, of New Preston, 
Conn. Children : 

I. William Baldwin. 

II. Nellie Baldwin. 

III. Frank Baldwin. 

IV. Clarence Baldwin. 



— CCCXCVIII— 

DAVID 8 WOLCOTT [1547] (Thomas', Luke 6 , 
Thomas 5 , Thomas 4 , Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Oct. 24, 
1842, Olive A., dau. of Cobb Austin, of Georgetown, N. Y.; 
resided (1849) in Lincklaen, N. Y. Children: — 

2250—1. HARRIET LOUISA, b. Aug. 3, 1843; d. March 

20, 1845. 
2251—2. RHODA DELINA, b. May 9, 1847. 
2252—3. WILLIAM HARLOW, b. Aug. 20, 185 1; d. Feb. 

16, 1879. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 297 

— CCCXCIX— 

AARON CASE 8 WOLCOTT [1548] (Wheeler 7 , 
Luke 6 , Thomas 5 , Thomas 4 ", Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
Jan. 1, 1829, Eliza Ann Townsend. Children: — 

2253—1. THURZEY ANN, b. Nov. 27, 1829. 
2254—2. LYMAN B., b. Nov. 23, 1831. 



— CCCC— 

PERES CASE 8 WOLCOTT [1553] (Wheeler 7 , Luke 6 , 
Thomas 5 , Thomas 4 , Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Sept. 23, 
1851, Eleanor Cordelia Press, dau. of Alpheus and Char- 
lotte Press, of Mumford, N. Y. She was b. Oct. 14, 1826, 
at Caledonia, N. Y., and d. Jan. 30, 1909, at Rochester, 
N. Y. He d. Nov. 10, 1895, at Mumford, N. Y. Children:— 

2255—1. GEORGE CASE, b. Sept. 30, 1853. See DXI. 

2256—2. EDWIN HENRY, b. June 1, 1855, at Mumford, N. Y. 
See DXII. 

2257 — 3. SARAH ELIZABETH, b. April 17, 1858; m. Dec. 
20, 1883, Charles N. Mung-er. Resides at Roch- 
ester, N. Y. Children: 

I. William Peres Munger, b. July 26, 1885 ; m. June 
15, 1909, Mary T. Corbett. 

II. Esther Gertrude Munger, b. April 15, 1896. 



— CCCCI 



LEMAN SQUIRE 8 WOLCOTT [155+] (Wheeler 7 , 
Luke 6 , Thomas 5 , Thomas 4 , Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
(1st) Oct. 5, 1843, Mary Depew; (2nd) July 6, 1882, 
Cyrena O. Hammond; (8rd) Jennie A. Hazen. Children:— 



298 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

2258—1. LYDIA JANE, b. Dec. 16, 1844; d. Jan. 17, 1846. 

2259 — 2. ELLEN JANE, b. Aug. 22, 1847. 

2260—3. WALLACE EDSON, b. May 28, 1850; d. May 10, 

1851. 

2261—4. ISAAC WALTON, b. Aug. 10, 1854. 

2262—5. WALTON, b. 1857. 

2263—6. ORPHIA CYRENA, b. April 22, 1886. 



— CCCCII— 

JAMES 8 WOLCOTT [1557] (Thomas Hubble 7 , 
Thomas®, Thomas 5 , Thomas' 1 , Henry 2 ', Simon 1 : , Henry 1 ) m. 
(1st) Apr. 23, 1860, Margaret Gillespie. She d. Dec. 23, 
1866. (2nd) May 16, 1872, Eliza Gertrude Wetherell. She 
d. April 11, 1889, at Flint, Mich. Children:— 

2264 — 1. ALICE E. 
2265—2. LEWIS. 
2266—3. LINUS. 
2267—4. JAMES. 

2268—5. GERTRUDE WETHERELL, b. Feb. 24, 1873, at 
Flint, Mich. Resides at Lansing, Mich. 

2269—6. FLOYD WETHERELL, b. Dec. 7, 1879, at Flint, 
Mich. 

2270—7. BENJAMIN CHARLES, b. Feb. 18, 1882, at Flint, 
Mich. 



— CCCCIII— 

DAVID CLINTON 8 WOLCOTT [1577] (William 
Wallace 1 , Roger 6 , Thomas 5 , Thomas*, Henry 3 , Simon 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Jan. 19, 1887, at Yorkville, N. Y., Marion Delia 
Benedict, dau. of Granville Harrison and Sarah (Mosher) 
Benedict, of Danbury, Conn. She was b. Jan. 20, 1860, at 
Paris Hill, N. Y. He d. July 13, 1895, at Yorkville, N. Y. 
Children, b. at Yorkville, N. Y.: — 



EIGHTH GENERATION 299 

2271— i. GEORGE NORTON, b. July 12, 1889. 
2272—2. WALLACE HENRY, b. Nov. 12, 1893. 
2273— 3. ROSAMOND, b. June 10, 1895. 



— CCCCIV— 

ROGER 8 WOLCOTT [1579] (Asa 1 , Roger 6 , Gideon 5 , 
Thomas 41 , Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 1852, Zrina Cole, 
dau. of Ethan and Lucretia (Gilson) Cole, of Lower 
Canada; d. June 8, 1884, at Missouri Valley, Iowa. 
Children : — 

2274 — 1. ASA. 

2275—2. ETHAN C, b. Apr. 13, 1856, at Shullsburg, Wis. 

See DXIII. 
2276—3. ELEAZUR. 
2277—4. ROGER. 
2278—5. MARY. 

— CCCCV— 

HENRY H. 8 WOLCOTT [1581] (Walter 7 , Roger 6 , 
Gideon 5 , Thomas 4 , Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Jan. 17, 
1888, Hattie O. Yocum, dau. of John and Elizabeth 
Yocum, of De Kalb, 111. Child :— 

2279—1. MAE STEVENS, b. Aug. 8, 1889, at Lake City, la. 



— CCCCVI— 

HUBERT 8 WOLCOTT [1587] (Oliver Piatt 7 , Elisha 6 , 
Gideon 5 , Thomas 4 , Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Dec. 23, 
1867, Anna, dau. of George W. and Sarah Swift, of 
Milwaukee, Wis. Children: — 

2280—1. OLIVER, b. June 15, 1869. 
2281—2. LAURA, b. Sept. 18, 1875. 



300 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

— CCCCVII— 

SAXTON SHAW 8 WOLCOTT [1594] (George 
Washington 1 , Elisha 6 , Gideon 5 , Thomas 4 ', Henry 3 , Simon 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. June 6, 1883, at Minneapolis, Minn., Mrs. 
Frances Pinkney, of Minneapolis. Children: — 

2282—1. SIDNEY GALE, b. Oct. 24, 1884. 

2283—2. VIRGINIA MERRICK, b. April 17, 1889; m. July 

10, 1909, at Billings, Leslie Stillwell Kennard. 

Resides at Broadview, Montana. Child: 

Wolcott Kennard, b. June, 1911, at Los Angeles, Cal. 



— CCCCVIII— 

RENSSELAER 8 WOLCOTT [1613] (Thomas 7 , 
Wilhehnus 6 , Peter 5 , Thomas 4 ", Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
(1st) May, 1854, Augusta Miller; (2nd) Nov. 30, 1872, 
Jennie Wershisher; lived in Ripley, O. Children: — 



2284 — 1 
2285 — 2 
2286 — 3 
2287 — 4 
2288—5 



ELLA A., b. July 10, 1855. 
ETTA C, b. Feb. 22, 1857. 
GEORGE M., b. Aug. 31, 1859. 
RALPH M., b. May 22, 1874. 
MARSH MICKEY, b. Nov. 30, 1876. 



— CCCCIX— 

WILLIAM AUGUSTUS 8 WOLCOTT [1621] 
(Henry Augustus 1 , Augustus^, Giles 5 , Peter 4 , Henry 3 , 
Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. April 5, 1860, Lozett Godfrey. Re- 
moved in 1839, from Elyria, O., to Jo Daviess County, 111. 
Children : — 



EIGHTH GENERATION 301 

2289—1. CHARLES MARION, b. Aug. 17, 1863. See DXIV. 
2290 — 2. LOTTIE LOZETT, b. June 12, 1875; m. June 26, 
1895, Wallace D. Thornton. Children: 

I. Alice Marie Thornton, b. May 8, 1898. 

II. Mona May Thornton, b. Feb. 21, 1903. 

III. Charles Dixon Thornton, b. Apr. 22, 1909. 

2291—3. ALICE MAY, b. Apr. 30, 1878. 



— CCCCX— 

HENRY OLIVER 8 WOLCOTT [1622] (Henry 
Augustus 1 ', Augustus*", Giles*, Peter 4 , Henry 5 , Simon 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Dec. 2, 1863, Helen Roselia Carpenter, dau. 
of Cyrus and Lois Carpenter. Resides at Hanover, 111. 
Children : — 

2292—1. ETTA FRANCES, b. Sept. 2, 1864; m. Feb. 14, 1891, 
William Speer. Children: 

I. Roscoe Wolcott Speer, b. July 12, 1891. 

II. Harry Lee Speer, b. Sept. 17, 1898. 

III. Lois Helen Speer, b. Apr. 17, 1900. 

2293—2. CYRUS HARVEY, b. July 4, 1869. See DXV. 
2294 — 3. LOIS OLIVE, b. Dec. 7, 1872; m. May 14, 1897, 
Louis Ballein. Children: 

I. Orville Edmund Ballein, b. Feb. 7, 1898. 

II. Henry Irl Ballein, b. Apr. 8, 1899. 

[II. Norma Hazel Ballein, b. Sept. 8, 1903. 

2295—4. ROBERT ROY, b. Apr. 17, 1877. 

2296—5. WILLIAM AUGUSTUS, b. Apr. 9, 1879; m. June 

24, 1903, Jessie O. Nobis. 
2297—6. ALDEN ELLSWORTH, b. Oct. 25, 1885; m. Oct. 

2 3' I 9°5» Sadie E. Pescang. 



302 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

— CCCCXI— 

SAMUEL ADAMS 8 WOLCOTT [1637] (Samuel 1 , 
Elihu Q , Samuel 5 , Gideon 4 ", Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
July 23, 1883, Julia Neal, of Brooklyn, N. Y. Child:— 

2298—1. ROGER HENRY, b. Jan. 12, 1885; m. Oct. 28, 1907, 
Louise Dugal, of Denver, Colo. Resides in Denver, 
Colo. 



— CCCCXII— 

WILLIAM EDGAR 8 WOLCOTT [1641] (Samuel 7 , 
Elihu 6 , Samuel 5 , Gideon 4 , Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
Mar. 26, 1894, Cora Wadsworth, of Lawrence, Mass. She 
d. Sept. 26, 1895. He d. May 12, 1911, at Lawrence, Mass., 
after a pastorate in that city of more than 25 years. Child : — 

2299—1. SAMUEL WADSWORTH, b. Mar. 2, 1895. 



— CCCCXIII— 

HERBERT WALTER 8 WOLCOTT [1646] 
(Samuel 7 , Elihu Q , Samuel 5 , Gideon 4 , Henry 3 , Simon 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Oct. 5, 1898, Nettie M. Gabriel, of Cleveland, O. 
Children :— 

2300—1. MARY GABRIEL, b. Apr. 30, 1902. 
2301—2. HARRIET AMANDA, b. July 22, 1905. 
2302—3. EDWARD OLIVER, b. Sept. 12, 191 1. 



— CCCCXIV— 

ANSON SPENCER 8 WOLCOTT [1666] (Anson 7 , 
James 6 , Epaphras 5 , Roger 4 , Roger 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 303 

(1st) Aug. 2, 1855, Sarah P. Walker, dau. of Bradford 
Walker, of Canandaigua, N. Y. She was b. June 13, 1829, 
and d. May 9, 1882, at Fayette, Mo. (2nd) Phebe A. 
Church, dau. of Henry Church, of Penn. Resides at West 
Plains, Mo. Children: — 

2303—1. CHARLES SPENCER, b. May 13, 1856, at East 
Bloomfield, N. Y. See DXVI. 

2304—2. ELIZA LURENDA, b. Aug. 4, 1858; m. July 1, 1880, 
John Franklin Jenkins, of Greenville, Texas. He 
d. at Shreveport, La., Oct. 14, 1885, and was buried 
at Greenville, Texas. She d. Aug. 11, 1884, and is 
buried at Fayette, Mo. 

2305—3. GEORGE FRANKLIN, b. Jan. 5, 1868, at East 
Bloomfield, N. Y. See DXVII. 



— CCCCXV— 

GEORGE PAUL 8 WOLCOTT [1673] (Epaphras 1 ', 
James**, Epaphra.r', Roger 4 , Roger*, Simon 1 , Henry 1 ) m. 
May 26, 1846, Caroline E., dau. of Ephraim Moore, of 
Rochester, N. Y. ; resided in the family homestead at Roch- 
ester, N. Y.; d. Aug. 10, 1880. Children:— 

2306—1. HENRY EPAPHRAS, b. Oct. 9, 1847. See DXVIII. 

2307—2. JAMES EPHRAIM, b. April 20, 1850. See DXIX. 

2308—3. FRANKLIN ANSON, b. April 8, 1853; d. May 15, 
1884, unm. 

2309—4. ELIZABETH GEORGIANA, b. June 28, 1856; m. 
Dec. 8, 1874, Henry H. Merriam, of Springfield, 
Mass. Children, b. at Rochester, N. Y.: 

I. Charles Wolcott Merriam, b. Jan. 5, 1876. 

II. Mary Elizabeth Merriam, b. Jan. 1'', 1X77. 



304 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

— CCCCXVI— 

EBENEZER GOULD 8 WOLCOTT [1677] (James 1 , 
James 6 , Epaphras 5 , Roger 4 , Roger 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
Aug. 17, 1843, Marie Louise Brown, dau. of Theron Brown 
and Clarissa Harmon. She was b. May, 1820, at Caledonia, 
N. Y., and d. Nov. 29, 1905, at Chicago, 111. He d. Dec. 
30, 1885, at Wolcott, Ind. Children:— 

2310— 1. CHARLES THERON, b. Aug. 10, 185 1, at Belvi- 

dere, 111.; d. Jan. 3, 1861. 
231 1— 2. EBENEZER GOULD, b. Jan. 8, 1856, at Lockport, 

N. Y.; d. June 25, i860. 



— CCCCXVII— 

ANSON 8 WOLCOTT [1680] (James 1 , James 6 , 
Epaphras^ ', Roger 4 , Roger*, Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) July 
12, 1848, Elizabeth Walbridge, dau. of Henry Walbridge, of 
Lockport, N. Y. (2nd) Feb. 11, 1863, Georgiana de 
Ismisquero, dau. of George and Marguerette Sayen, of 
Philadelphia, Pa. In 1864 he moved to Indiana, and 
founded the town of Wolcott. In 1876 nominated for 
Governor by the Greenback party. Resided for several 
years in Denver, Colo. D. Jan. 10, 1907, at Wolcott, Ind. 
Children : — 

2312— 1. HENRY WALBRIDGE, b. Sept. 7, 1849, at Lock- 
port, N. Y. See DXX. 

2313—2. EBEN HENRY, b. May 5, 1866, at Wolcott, Ind. 
See DXXI. 



— CCCCXVIII— 

CHAUNCEY SMITH 8 WOLCOTT [1681] (James 1 , 
James 6 , Epaphras 5 , Roger 4 , Roger 8 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 305 

1850, at Lockport, N. Y., Adaline Brockway, dau. of 
Nathaniel Brockway, of Cambria, N. Y. D. Dec. 28, 1890, 
at Portland, Mich. Child: — 

2314— i. FLORENCE I., b. Sept. 6, 1854, at Lansing, Mich.; 
m. Oct. 6, 1880, Dr. R. W. Alton, of Portland, Mich. 



— CCCCXIX— 

JAMES HENRY 8 WOLCOTT [1685] (James 7 , 
James 6 ; Epaphras 5 , Roger*; Roger s , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
Oct. 27, 1857, at Galena, 111., Kate Reinwald, dau. of 
William Reinwald. He d. Nov. 24, 1895, at Lagrange, 111. 
Children : — 

2315— 1. BEULAH LOUISE, b. March 24, 1859, at Galena, 

111.; m. Dec. 18, 1878, William E. Frazer. Resides 

at Chicago, 111. 
2316—2. JAMES GRIFFITH, b. March 25, 1861, at Galena, 

111. See DXXII. 
2317—3. KATE WILMINA, b. Oct. 19, 1863, at Chicago, 111.; 

m. Oct. 31, 1883, William J. McMillan. Children: 

I. William J. McMillan, b. March 8, 1885, at 
Chicago, 111. 

II. F. A. McMillan, b. Jan. 21, 1886. 

2318—4. EBEN GOULD, b. Feb. 4, 1866, at Galena, 111; d. 
Jan. 10, 1905, unm. 



— CCCCXX— 

JAMES 8 WOLCOTT [1686] (Norman 7 , James", 
Epaphras 7 ' , Roger*, Roger, Simon 1 , Henry 1 ) m. Jan, 10, 
I 850, Louisa Bulloch, of Muhlenburg County, Ky. A miller 



306 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

by occupation; in the latter part of his life was captain of 
a Green River steamer and commonly known as Captain 
Wolcott. At the time of the Civil War he organized and 
was captain of the home militia. A sword was given him 
by his grandfather James, who carried it in the War of 1812. 
He lived with his uncle Epaphras for several years at Roch- 
ester, N. Y.; d. Aug. 24, 1896, in Muhlenburg County, Ky. 
Children : — 

2319— i. HORTENSE AMELIA, b. Oct. 20, 1850, in Ohio 
County, Ky.; m. Nov. 22, 1881, A. W. Humphrey, 
of Breman, Ky. Children: 

I. Edgar Wolcott Humphrey, d. in infancy. 

II. Jessie Louise Humphrey, b. Jan. 1, 1890, at 
Chicago, 111. 

2320—2. GEORGE ALFRED, b. Jan. 30, 1853, in Ohio 
County, Ky. See DXXIII. 

2321—3. LOUISA JANE, b. March 2, 1855, in Muhlenburg 
County, Ky. ; m. Jan. 24, 1884, Patrick Farrold 
Brady, of South Carrollton, Ky. Child: 

Wolcott F. Brady, b. Dec. 14, 1888, at Chicago, 111. 

2322—4. CHARLES EDGAR, b. Aug. 17, 1857, in Muhlen- 
burg County, Ky. See DXXIV. 

2323—5. JAMES FRANKLIN, b. April 26, 1859, in Muhlen- 
burg County, Ky. See DXXV. 



— CCCCXXI— 

OLIVER HECTOR 8 WOLCOTT [1689] (Norman", 
James 6 , Epaphras 5 , Roger 4 , Roger 5 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
1851, Sally Ellen Dexter, dau. of Benjamin and Elizabeth 
Dexter, of Ohio County. She d. in 1862. He d. April, 1863. 
Served in Union Army receiving an honorable discharge at 
Pittsburg Landing on account of disabilities received in 
service. Children :— 



EIGHTH GENERATION 307 

2324—1. CHRISTENA ISABELLE, b. Nov., 1852; m. James 

Bennett, of Ohio County; d. Feb., 1875. 
2325—2. WILLIAM AUGUSTUS, b. April 1, 1854. See 

DXXVI. 
2326—3. ALVA ARISTA, b. Aug. 5, 1855, in Ohio County. 

See DXXVII. 
2327—4. MILLARD WINFIELD, b. Feb. 12, 1857. 
2328—5. MARY ELLEN, b. Nov. 4, 1858, in Ohio County, 

Ky. ; m. June 23, 1883, William Brown, of Thebes, 

111. Child: 

Clara M. Brown, b. May 3, 1884; d. Aug. 17, 1886. 

2329—6. ROBERT VAUGHN, b. Sept. 20, i860. See 
DXXVIII. 



— CCCCXXII— 

SIMON PERKINS 8 WOLCOTT [1696] (Alfred 1 , 
Alfred*'; Parmenio 5 , Roger*, Roger 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) 
graduated at Western Reserve College, 1862; m. July 17, 
1866, Mary H., dau. of Anson A. Brewster, of Hudson, O.; 
resided at Kent, Ohio, an attorney-at-law ; elected to the 
State Senate, from his district in 1881. Children: — 

2330—1. NELLIE BREWSTER, b. Feb. 12, 1868; m. F. L. 

Allen. 
2331—2. JENNIE BREWSTER, b. May 14, 1870; m. Edward 

S. Parsons. 
2332—3. DUNCAN BREWSTER, b. May 9, 1873. See 

DXXIX. 



— CCCCXXIII— 

ALFRED 8 WOLCOTT [1705] (Alfred 1 , Alfred'', 
ParmemcP, Roger*, Roger, Simon'-, Henry 1 ) graduated in 
1880 from Western Reserve University; m. Oct. 21, 188.5, 



308 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

at Akron, Ohio, Carrie B. Hawk, dau. of Daniel and Louisa 
M. Hawk, of Los Angeles, Cal. She was b. June 17, 1858, 
at Suffield, Ohio. In 1888 he was elected Circuit Court 
Commissioner and in 1892 Prosecuting Attorney from Kent 
County, holding the office for two terms; in 1900 Circuit 
Judge of the Seventeenth Judicial district of Michigan, a 
position which he occupied until his death, Mar 8, 1908. 
He took the initiative in Juvenile Court Laws and was the 
first Juvenile Court Judge in the State; was also prominent 
in securing the indeterminate sentence Laws and the parole. 
He was an orator of unusual ability and force, an able and 
accomplished lawyer, an upright and conscientious judge. 
Children, b. at Grand Rapids, Mich.: — 

2333—1. MABEL LOUISE, b. July 20, 1886; m. May 7, 1912, 

Audley Frederick Hewitt. 
2334—2. HAZEL KATHERINE, b. Dec. 31, 1889. 



— CCCCXXIV— 

WILLIAM FRANKLIN 8 WOLCOTT [1707] 
(Alfred 1 , Par?nenio Q , Parmenio 5 , Roger 4 ", Roger 3 , Simon 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Feb. 22, 1857, Adeline M. Hastings, dau. of 
Cara and Maryann Hastings, of La Grange, Ohio. 
Children : — 

2335—1. LEWIS F. 

2336 — 2. MARY E., d. at age of ten years. 



— CCCCXXV— 

CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS 8 WOLCOTT [1712] 
(Christopher Parsons 1 ' , Christopher Columbus®, Christopher 5 , 
Alexander 4 , Roger 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 1872, Elizabeth 
McCrae, of Virginia. He d. in 1899. Child:— 

2337—1- CHRISTOPHER STANTON. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 



309 



— CCCCXXVI— 

DARWIN STANTON 8 WOLCOTT [1714] (Chris- 
topher Parsons 1 , Christopher Columbus 6 ,, Christopher 5 , Alex- 
ander^, Roger 3 j Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. July 20, 1876, Evelyn 
Brent Riley, dau. of James and Katherine Riley, of Win- 
chester, Va. Resides at Sewickley, Pa. Children: — 

2338 — 1. WILMENA, b. May 7, 1877, at Pittsburg, Pa. 

2339—2. DARWIN STANTON, b. Jan. 7, 1879, at Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

2340—3. KATHERINE RILEY, b. June 13, 1881, at Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

2341—4. CHRISTOPHER PARSONS, b. Jan. 23, 1883, at 
Washington, D. C. 

2342—5. MARY LOUISE HUTCHINSON, b. Sept. 23, 1888, 
at Sewickley, Pa. 

2343—6. ROBERT WILSON, b. April 20, 1892, at Sewickley, 
Pa. 

2344—7. EVELYN MOORE, b. June 22, 1893, at Sewickley, 
Pa. 



— CCCCXXVII— 

HENRY FREDERICK 8 WOLCOTT [1716] (Henry 

Philip 7 , Christopher Columbus 6 , Christopher' , Alexander*, 
Roger* , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. May 30, 1872, Mary Hox- 
mouth, of Steubenville, O. Children: — 

2345—1. HENRY, b. 1873. 
2346—2. LUCY. 



-CCCCXXVIII— 

JUDSON EUGENE 8 WOLCOTT [1727] (James 
Orin 7 , Guy e , (lu y : ', Alexander 4 , Roger, Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) 



310 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



m. Aug. 24, 1876, Sarah M. Robeson, dau. of Elias and 
Paulina Robeson, of Loudonville, O. Resides at East Cleve- 
land, O. Children: — 



2347— 1 
2348—2 

2349—3 
235 —4 
2351—5 



CLAUDE LEON VAN BUREN, b. Sept. 2, 1877. 
HARRY WARD EMERSON, b. Dec. 10, 1878. See 

DXXX. 
JAMES VICTOR, b. Aug. 26, 1881. 
ROBESON BRAINARD, b. April 21, 1890. 
JUDSON EUGENE, JR., b. Dec. 30, 1892. 



— CCCCXXIX— 

ALFRED PERRY 8 WOLCOTT [1740] (Marshall 
Franklin 1 , George®, Guy 5 , Alexander*, Roger 3 , Simon 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. May 9, 1894, at Clara, Cal., Julia Clarkson, dau. 
of Thaddeus Stephens and Mary (Matteson) Clarkson, of 
Portland, Ore. Children: — 

2352 — 1. LUCILE, b. April 14, 1895, at Moreno, Cal. 
2353—2. MARY MATTESON, b. June 14, 1898, at Omaha, 

Neb. 
2354—3- FRANCES CLARA, b. Feb. 24, 1901, at Omaha, Neb. 



— CCCCXXX— 

ROGER 8 WOLCOTT [1744] (Roger 1 , Joshua Hunt- 
ington 6 , Frederick 5 , Oliver*, Roger 8 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
June 7, 1904, Claire Morton Prince, dau. of Dr. Morton and 
Fanny Lithgow (Payson) Prince, of Boston, Mass. She 
was. b. Dec. 19, 1885. An attorney at law at Boston. Re- 
sides at Milton, Mass. Children, b. at Milton: — 



EIGHTH GENERATION 311 

2355—1. ROGER, JR., b. Feb. 28, 1905; d. July 5, 1909. 
2356—2. CLARISSA ENDICOTT, b. Nov. 29, 1907. 
2 357—3- JOHN ENDICOTT, b. Apr. 2, 1910. 



— CCCCXXXI— 

SAMUEL HUNTINGTON 8 WOLCOTT [1746] 

(Roger 1 ' , Joshua Huntington^ ' , Frederick 5 '_, Oliver 4 ', Roger 3 , 
Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. June 19, 1907, Hannah, dau. of Robert 
H. and Caroline (Young) Stevenson, of Boston. She was 
b. June 25, 1881. Resides at Milton, Mass. Children, b. at 
Milton : — 

2358—1. EDITH PRESCOTT, b. Sept. 4, 1908. 

2359—2. SAMUEL HUNTINGTON, JR., b. Aug. 31, 1910. 



NINTH GENERATION 

— CCCCXXXII— 

ARTHUR HOMER 9 WOLCOTT [1771] (John 
Nelson*, Chester 1 , Benjamin®, John 5 , John 4 , John 3 , Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. April 23, 1872, Julia Brace, of Hartford, Conn. 
She was b. June 8, 1853. Children: — 

2360—1. WILLIAM ARTHUR, b. Aug. 2, 1874. 

2361—2. EDITH BRACE, b. Aug. 14, 1877. 

2362—3. SARAH KELSEY, b. Jan. 18, 1879; m - Dec. 27, 

1897, Wilfred C. Mills, of Winthrop, Mass. 
2363—4. LILLIAN FRANCES, b. July 24, 1880; m. Nov. 15, 

1904, William Weld, of Winthrop, Mass. 
2364—5. TRUMAN GARDNER, b. June 3, 1884. 



— CCCCXXXIII— 

FREDERICK RALPH WOLCOTT [1773] (John 

Nelson 8 , Chester 7 , Benjamin 6 , John 5 , John 4 , John 3 , Henry 2 , 

Henry 1 ) m. Sept. 6, 1877, at Turners, N. Y., Ida E. Wood- 
ruff. Children : — 

2365—1. FERDINAND R. 
2366—2. RALPH. 



— CCCCXXXIV— 

TRUMAN MARSHALL 9 WOLCOTT [1774] (John 
Nelson 8 , Chester 1 , Benjamin 6 , John 5 , John 4 , John 3 , Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. April 15, 1877, at Suffield, Conn., Emma A. 
Reaves. She was b. May 16, 1857, at Suffield, and d. Oct. 4, 
1877, at Hartford, Conn. Child:— 

2367—1. TRUMAN REAVES, b. Oct. 2, 1877. 



NINTH GENERATION 313 

— CCCCXXXV— 

WILLIAM AUGUSTUS 9 WOLCOTT [1778] ( John 
Nelson 8 , Chester 7 , Benjamin 6 , John 5 , John*, John 8 , Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. April 5, 1899, at Hartford, Conn., Myra G. 
Hills, dau. of Francis H. and Maria K. Hills, of Hartford, 
Conn. She was b. Aug. 19, 1872, at New Haven, Conn. 
Resides at Hartford, Conn. Child:- — 

2368—1. ROGER MORGAN, b. April 30, 1900. 



— CCCCXXXVI— 

EDMUND RANDOLPH 9 WOLCOTT [1782] 
(Harvey 8 , Samuel 1 , Samuel 6 , Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 ", Samuel? , 
Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Jan. 27, 1847, at South Windsor, 
Conn., Elizabeth Baker, dau. of Simon and Harriet Frances 
Baker, of South Windsor, Conn. She was b. March 16, 
1820, at Windsor, Conn., and d. Oct. 23, 1902, at Spring- 
field, Mass. Children: — 

2369—1. EMILY JUDD, b. Aug. 29, 1848, at Feeding- Hills, 

Mass. 
2370 — 2. LOIS L, b. June 8, 1859, at Sidney, Fremont Co., la. 



— CCCCXXXVII— 

EDWARD WOLCOTT [1790] (George Whitefleld 8 , 
Samuel 7 , Samuel 6 , Samuel*, Samuel 4 , Samuel 8 , Henry 2 , 
Henry') m. Oct. 24, 1859, at Pike, N. Y., Lucy Alfredia 
Martin, dau. of William Warner Martin and Anna Webster 
Martin, of Pike, N. V r . Children, b. in Pike, N. Y.:— 



314 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

2371—1. ORVILLE CLARENCE, b. June 4, 1862; m. Apr. 
15, 1902, Caroline Immel, clau. of Michael and Maria 
Immel, of Orient, N. Y. Resides at Rochester, N. Y. 

2372—2. WILLIAM MARTIN, b. April 5, 1866. 

2373—3. HENRY GEORGE, b. June 1, 1870. 

2374—4. BEATRICE FRANC, b. Feb. 1, 1882; m. Sept. 4, 
1909, Henry Ely Harding, son of George W. and 
Jennie L. Harding, of Hume, N. Y. 



— CCCCXXXVIII— 

CHARLES FRANKLIN 9 WOLCOTT [1791] 
(Franklin 8 ,, Samuel 7 , Samuel®, Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel*, 
Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Louisa C. Pratt; d. Aug. 2, 1873. 
Children : — 

2375—1- GEORGE FRANKLIN, b. Oct. 6, i860. 
2376—2. CHARLES FREDERICK, b. 1862. 



— CCCCXXXIX— 

ORLO HITCHCOCK 9 WOLCOTT [1801] (Orlo 
Jackson 8 , Samuel 1 , Samuel®, Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 ", Samuel*, 
Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Nov. 8, 1858, Ann E. Peck; lived in 
Norfolk. Children : — 

2377—1. BERTHA E., b. Dec. 24, 1861. 

2378—2. EDWARD ENSIGN, b. April 15, 1870; m. Aug. 10, 
— , Janet Allyn. 



— CCCCXL— 

MYRON WELLS 9 WOLCOTT [1814] (Thomas 
Robbins 8 , Thomas 7 , Samuel 6 , Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 ", Samuel 3 , 



NINTH GENERATION 315 

Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Jan. 23, 1867, Mary M. Price, dau. of 
Dr. William Simpson Price and Mary Elizabeth (Dossey) 
Price. He d. Nov. 30, 1907, at Velasco, Texas. Children: — 

2379— 1. THOMAS BENNETT, b. Dec. 22, 1867, at Enter- 
prise, Miss.; drowned Nov. 8, 1892, near Velasco, 
Texas. 

2380—2. LOTTIE HENRY, b. at Enterprise, Miss.; m. May 
4, 1896, at Velasco, Texas, William W. Anderson, 
son of Samuel S. and Eliza Anderson. He was b. 
Feb. 26, 1866, at Wyoming, Ont. Resides at 
Houston, Tex. Children: 

I. Marshall Anderson, b. Apr. 3, 1897. 

II. Mary Elizabeth Anderson, b. Feb. 12, 1905. 

2381—3. CLAUDIUS ALONZO, b. Feb. 21, 1874. Resides at 

Galveston, Texas. 
2382—4. ROY MANUEL, b. Feb. 12, 1878. See DXXXI. 
2383—5. RUDOLPH VIRCHOW, b. Oct. 12, and d. Oct. 28, 

1876. 



— CCCCXLI— 

OLIVER CROMWELL 9 WOLCOTT [1825] (Oliver 
Ellsworth 91 , Abiathar 7 , Samuel^, Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , 
Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Jan. 14, 1851, at Mottville, N. Y., 
Esther Maria Redner; d. Nov. 1, 1883, at Syracuse, N. Y. 
Child:— 

2384—1. CLARENCE EUGENE, b. July 3, 1858, at Byron, 
Mich.; m. Oct. 24, 1883, Helen Gertrude Dick, of 
Syracuse, N. Y.; resides at Syracuse, N. Y. 



316 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

— CCCCXLII— 

JOHN NELSON 9 WOLCOTT [1847] (Isaac Newton 8 , 
William 7 , Samuel 6 , Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 ", Samuel*, Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Sept. 29, 1859, at Avon, N. Y., Elsie W. Riggs, 
dau. of Merritt W. and Harriet K. Riggs, of Avon, N. Y. 
She was b. March 31, 1830, at Avon, N. Y. He d. April 
4, 1898, at Manchester, Iowa. Children: — 

2385—1. JENNIE ALICE, b. Aug. 4, 1862; m. Herbert L. 
Conger, at Hazel Green, la. Child: 
Louis H. Conger, b. Dec. 7, 1883. 

2386—2. WILLIAM NEWTON, b. Feb. 14, 1865, at Hazel 

Green, la. See DXXXII. 
2387—3. EDWARD NELSON, b. June 4, 1867. See 

DXXXIII. 
2388—4. HENRY RIGGS, b. July 31, 1874. See DXXXIV. 



— CCCCXLIII— 

HENRY KIRKE 9 WOLCOTT [1850] (Nelson 8 , 
William 1 , Samuel 6 , Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel*, Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Feb. 15, 1866, Helen Amelia Newton, dau. of 
Levi and Rachael C. Newton, of Batavia, 111. Resides at 
Batavia, 111. Children: — 

2389—1. FREDERICK SWAIN, b. Aug. 10, 1867. 

2390—2. MAY NEWTON, b. Feb. 5, 1870. 

2391—3. KATHERINE ELLEN, b. Feb. 28, 1873. 

2392—4. ELBERT HENRY, b. Dec. 3, 1875. See DXXXV. 

2393— 5- FRANK EARL, b. March 7, 1883. 



— CCCCXLIV— 

WILLIAM ALLEN 9 WOLCOTT [1854] (Nelson 8 , 
William 1 , Samuel 6 , Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel*, Henry 2 , 



NINTH GENERATION 317 

Henry 1 ) m. Sept. 14, 1871, Ada Emerson, dau. of Walter 
and Mary (Snow) Emerson, of Bangor, Maine. Child: — 

2394—1. LAURENS EMERSON, b. Dec. 5, 1872, at Batavia, 
111. See DXXXVI. 



— CCCCXLV— 

GILSON CLITUS 9 WOLCOTT [1881] (William 8 , 
Oliver 7 , Wyatf, Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 ", Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Mary Noble. Children: — 

2395—1. LEWIS C. 

2396—2. ADDIE. 

2 397—3- EVERETT. 

2398—4. FLORENCE. 



— CCCCXLVI— 

ALBERT WALLACE 9 WOLCOTT [1882] 
(William 8 , Oliver 1 , Wyatf', Samuel;', Samuel 4 , Samuel?, 
Henry 1 , Henry 1 ) m. Lillian Benham. Children : — 

2399 — 1. RUTH, m. Clarence Marsh. 
2400 — 2. WILL A. 
2401 — 3. ALICE. 



— CCCCXLVII— 

JULIUS CAESAR 9 WOLCOTT [1892] (Wyatf, 
James 1 , Wyatf', Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel*, Henry 2 . 
Henri/ ) m. Dec. 25, 1800, Silence O. Bell, of Sharon, Wis., 
dau. of Aaron and Julia Bell. Children, b. at Leroy, 111.:- 



318 

2402 — i 
2403—2 

2404—3 
2405—4 

2406—5 

2407 — 6 

2408 — 7 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

UR L., b. Oct. 12, 1867; d. Dec, 1898. 
twins, b. July 7, 1869. 



NELLIE P., J 



NETTIE J., J 
BERINE, b. April 22, 1871; d. 
ADELLA M., b. Sept. 25, 1873 
BERTHA, b. Nov. 21, 1877; d. 
FLOYD G., b. Aug. 22, 1879. 



— CCCCXLVIII— 

ROBERT BOYNTON 9 WOLCOTT [1908] (Alfred 8 , 
John Saocton' ' , Wyatt 6 , Samuel 5 , Samuel*, Samuel*, Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Dec. 28, 1909, Carrie W. Rommel, dau. of John 
and Carrie Westmoreland Rommel, of Philadelphia, Pa. 
Resides at Portland, Ore. Child: — 

2409—1. CAROLINE ROMMEL, b. April 6, 191 1. 



— CCCCXLIX— 

GROVE HENRY 9 WOLCOTT [1910] (William 
Wyatt 8 , Chester 7 , Wyatt 6 , Samuel 5 , Samuel*, Samuel*, 
Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. July 19, 1868, Mary A. Herrick, dau. 
of Andrew Bezzo and Sophia Beaupre, of Port Dover, Ont. 
An attorney at law at Jackson, Mich. Child: — 

2410— 1. HERBERT WILLIAM, b. Sept. 9, 1871, at Jackson, 
Mich. 



— CCCCL— 

CHARLES ANTHONY 9 WOLCOTT [1929] 
(William Caldwell 8 , Sylvester 1 , Solomon^, Samuel 5 , Samuel*, 



NINTH GENERATION 319 

Samuel 3 ', Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Aug. 31, 1873, Arabelle Geer, 
dau. of David H. and Emily Geer, of Boston. She was b. 
March 10, 1848, at Boston, Mass., and d. Aug. 31, 1896, at 
Russell, Kan. Children: — 

241 1— i. JAMES CHARLES, b. July 15, 1874; m. May 11, 
1904, Delia Zelpha Owens, clan, of Hugh and Laura 
Owens, of Colony, Kansas. 

2412—2. GRACE GEER, b. May 1, 1878. 

2413—3. HENRY ALLEN, b. Dec. 24, 1879. | Drowned 

2414—4. EDWIN PIERCE, b. Dec. 7, 188 1. j Dec. 8, 1886. 



— CCCCLI— 

IRA S. 9 WOLCOTT [1947] (Charles*, William 7 , 
William^, Samuel*, Samuel 41 , Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
April 10, 1877, Mary A. Lebo, dau. of William and Mary 
Lebo, of Lykens, Pa. Child: — 

2415 — 1. VIDA B., b. March 19, 1879; m. William A. Decker, 
of Altoona, Pa. 



— CCCCLII— 

RALPH PEABODY 9 WOLCOTT [1949] (William 8 , 
Henry 7 , William? ', Samuel*, Samuel*, Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. April 28, 1875, Lsadore Esther, dau. of Barney 
and Esther H. Davis, of Aurelius, Mich. Children: — 

2416— 1. MARY LUCETTA, b. Feb. 12, 1877. 

2417—2. ALICE LOUISE, b. Feb. 20, 1880. 

2418—3. WILLIAM RALPH, b. Feb. 26, 1884. 

2419—4. WALTER DAVIS, b. March 30, 1888. 

2420—5. ESTHER LUCY, b. April 26, 1892. 



320 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

— CCCCLIIX— 

HENRY BELA 9 WOLCOTT [1952] (Walter*, 
Henry 1 , William®, Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 ", Samuel^, Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Dec. 8, 1869, Emma Rosilla Pierce, dau. of 
Joseph and Alma (Kellogg) Pierce, of Holland Patent, 
N. Y. Children:— 

2421— i. ALBERTA, b. Oct. 18, 1870; m. Dec. 4, 1888, John 
C. Young, of Esperance, N. Y. Child: 

Emma LeMaine Young, b. Jan. 14, 1898. 

2422—2. WALTER JOSEPH, b. March 4, 1873; d. March 

23, 1876. 
2423—3. CORYDON HENRY, b. Feb. 22, 1880. See 

DXXXVII. 



— CCCCLIV— 

HENRY ERASTUS 9 WOLCOTT [1969] (Erastus 
Nott 8 , Gershom Nott 7 , Gershom 6 , Elisha 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , 
Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) d. at Syracuse, March 10, 1905. Margaret, 
his widow, lives at Syracuse, N. Y. Children: — 

2424—1. IDA FRANCES, b. June 19, i860, at Mason, 111.; 

now lives at Denver, Colo. 
2425—2. LOTTIE MAY, b. Oct. 19, 1862, at Mason, 111.; d. 

at Elbridge, N. Y. 
2426—3. ALICE LOUISA, b. Oct. 6, 1865; m. May 16, 1888, 

Joseph Golding-; lives at Syracuse, N. Y. 



— CCCCLV— 

CHARLES WEBSTER 9 WOLCOTT [1970] 
(Erastus Nott 8 , Gershom Nott 1 , Gershom®, Elisha 5 , Samuel 4 , 



NINTH GENERATION 321 

Samuel 3 j, Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Linnie — ; resides at Kansas 
City, Mo. Children:— 

2427—1. EDWIN ELMER, b. July 16, 1875. 
2428—2. FRANK BRAINARD, b. Sept. 3, 1883. 



— CCCCLVX— 

ALLEN DWIGHT 9 WOLCOTT [1971] (Erastus 
Nott 8 , Gershom Nott 1 , Gershom 6 , Elisha 5 , Samuel*, Samuel 3 , 
Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. April 10, 1859, at Parkersburg, Ore., 
Annnie Lowe, dau. of Judge D. J. Lowe, of Marshneld, 
Oregon; resides at Marshfield, Ore. Children: — 

2429—1. HERBERT ELBRIDGE, b. Feb. 25, 1879; lives at 

Syracuse, N. Y. 
2430—2. CHESTER WILLIAM, b. Sept. 12, 1882. 
2431—3. DWIGHT OLIVER, b. June 9, 1885. 



— CCCCLVII— 

HENRY AUGUSTINE WOLCOTT [2000] 
(Horatio Gates 8 , Samuel 7 , Elisha , Elisha 5 , Samuel 4 , 
Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. April 20, 1872, Harriet 
Aiken; resided (1880) at Tenafly, N. J. He d. Jan. 22, 
1911, at Perry, N. Y. Child: 

2432—1. FRANK, b. May 8, 1879. 



— CCCCLVIII— 

CLARENCE HAMNER" WOLCOTT [2015] (John 

Jefferson'", Samuel 7 , Elisha 6 , Elisha 7 ', Samuel 4 , Samuel*, 
Henry 2 , Henry') m. Sept. 18, 1870, Helen M. Delany. 
Children : — 



322 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

2433—1. JOHN DECOST, b. Jan. 10, 1872. 

2434—2. FREDERICK EDWARD, b. March 26, 1873. 



— CCCCLIX— 

ELISHA ROBBINS 9 WOLCOTT [2021] (Charles*, 
Elisha 1 , Elisha Q , Elisha 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel 8 , Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Aug. 14, 1901, Amie I. Smith, of Wethersfield, 
Conn. Children : — 

2435—1. OLIVER ELISHA, b. Nov. 19, 1902. 
2436—2. EDWARD SHOLTO, b. Nov. 22, 1906. 
2437 — 3. ISABELLE, b. Sept. 1, 1910. 



— CCCCLX— 

CALVIN A. 9 WOLCOTT [2027] (Walter Franklin 8 , 
Daniel 7 , Elisha 6 , Elisha 5 , Samuel 4 ", Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Elmira Merrill, Nov. 22, 1855. She was b. 
June 27, 1836, in Orangeville, N. Y. He d. Oct. 14, 1878. 
Children : 

2438—1. GEORGE R, b. Feb. 27, 1859. See DXXXVIII. 
2439—2. ALONZO WALTER, b. July 6, 1861; d. April 

28, 1862. 
2440—3. BERTHA ELMIRA, b. Sept. 14, 1875; m. May 25, 

1891, Charles E. Lytle. He was b. March 1, 1866. 

Resides at Oil City, Pa. Children: 

I. Samuel S. Lytle, b. April 18, 1892. 

II. Charles E. Lytle, b. March 7, 1895. 

III. Bertha E. Lytle, b. Dec. 16, 1896. 

IV. George W. Lytle, b. June 17, 1900. 

V. Clarence E. Lytle, b. Oct. 12, 1904. 



NINTH GENERATION 323 

— CCCCLXI— 

EDWARD TYLER 9 WOLCOTT [2028] (Walter 
Franklin?, Daniel 1 , Elisha 6 , Elisha 5 , Samuel*, Samuel 5 , 
Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Aug. 24, 1865, Marinda M. Jones, of 
Johnsonburg, N. Y. She was b. Feb. 26, 1846. Children: — 

2441 — 1. NED H., b. March 1, 1868; m. March 5, 1891, Mary 
L. Jones, clau. of J. W. Jones; she was b. Nov. 22, 
1871. 

2442 — 2. MARION O., b. March 15, 1871; d. June, 1871. 

2443—3. QUEEN E., b. Oct. 14, 1874; d. Oct., 1882. 

2444—4. DOLL A., b. Dec. 25, 1884; d. April, 1885. 

2445—5. DONNA J., b. June 23, 1887. 



— CCCCLXII— 

BENJAMIN AUGUSTUS 9 WOLCOTT [2031] 

(Walter Franklin*, Daniel 7 , Elisha'', Elisha*, Samuel 4 , 
Samuel', Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Oct. 19, 1870, Olive W. 
Weeks, of Orangeville, X. Y. She was b. Feb. 28, 1850. 
Children: — 



2446 — 1 

2447—2 

244K— 3 
2449—4 

245°— 5 
2451—6 

2452—7 

2453—8 

2454—9 



ALLEN Al'GUSTUS. b. Sept. 11. [871. 
THEODORE \<n\ CE, !». May 2. [873. 
EDITH ELIZABETH, l». Jan. 23, [874. 
SARAH 1 5 LA XC I IE, b. Dec. 26, 1877. 
RAYMOND VAX. 
RANSOM VAUG 
ALONZO WEEKS, b. April 28, [885. 
GLEXX HARRISON, b. Dec 8, [889. 
I >LIVE VIVIAN, l). Dec. 27, 1895. 



X / 

[ twins, 1). Nov. 2, 1 88-?. 
GHN, j * 



324 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

— CCCCLXIII— 

ALBERT MORTON 9 WOLCOTT [2038] (Lucius*, 
Daniel 1 ', Elisha 6 , Elisha 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) d. May 1, 1896, at Monroe, Wis. Children: — 

2455—1. FLORENCE. 
2456—2. MARION. 
2457—3. CAROLINE. 



— CCCCLXIV— 

MARSHALL ALMARNIE 9 WOLCOTT [2041] 
(William 8 , Daniel 7 , Elisha 6 , Elisha 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , 
Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Nov. 1, 1860, Mary A. Butler, dau. of 
Washington and Hannah Sophia (Tisdale) Butler. She 
was b. Dec. 31, 1838, in Sheldon, N. Y. He d. Dec. 13, 
1907, and is buried at Gainesville, N. Y. Child: — 

2458—1. HATTIE SOPHIA, b. July 21, 1863. 



— CCCCLXV— 

WILLIAM WALLACE 9 WOLCOTT [2042] 

(William 8 , Daniel 7 , Elisha 6 , Elisha 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , 
Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Aug. 24, 1863, Mary E. Allen. She 
was b. Jan. 21, 1844, and d. Jan. 20, 1881. He d. Mar. 20, 
1876. Children:— 

2459—1. ALVIN PERKINS, b. Sept. 15, 1865. See DXXXIX. 

2460—2. LIDA MAY, b. Aug. 5, 1867; m. (1st) July 10, 1887, 
James Morgan, son of Lucius D. Morgan. He was 
b. 1868, and d. Mar. 27, 1891, in > Kansas. (2nd) 
Sept. 2, 1894, Loyal H. Watrous. Children: 



NINTH GENERATION 325 

I. Lucius Wallace Morgan, b. Jan. 14, 1889. 

II. Clarence Alvin Morgan, b. Apr. 21, d. Apr. 25, 
1890. 

III. Irene Alta Watrous, b. Mar. 2, 1897. 



— CCCCLXVI— 

CHESTER CLINTON 9 WOLCOTT [2044] 
(William 8 , Daniel 1 , Elisha Q , Elisha 5 , Samuel*, Samuel*, 
Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Oct. 4, 1864, Laura Moshier, of Weth- 
ersfield, N. Y. She was b. April 27, 1844. He d. March 25, 
1894. Child:— 

2461 — 1. ELSIE, b. May 13, 1874; d. Oct. 14, 1893. 



— CCCCLXVII— 

JOHN JUSTUS 9 WOLCOTT [2049] ( John 8 , Daniel 7 , 
Elisha 6 , Elisha 5 , Samuel*, Samuel*, Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
Aug. 5, 1874, Mary H. King, of Perry, N. Y. She was b. 
June 24, 1856. Children:— 

2462 — 1. AMELIA, b. May 23, 1876; m. June 4, 1896, Lewis 
B. Tallmon, of Castile, N. Y., where they reside. 

2463—2. CORA BELLE, b. Jan. 1, 1879; m. Jan. 1, 1898, 
Edwin L. Chaddock, of Linden, N. Y. 

2464—3. JOHN JUSTUS, Jr., b. Sept. 27, 1882. 

2465—4. HARRY M., b. Sept. 15, 1888. 



— CCCCLXVIII— 

DANIEL M. 9 WOLCOTT [2050] (John 8 , Daniel 7 , 
Elisha 1 ', Elisha 7 ', Samuel 4 , Samuel*, Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) in. 



326 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

Dec. 11, 1890, Mary Neygus, dau. of Harker and Ellen 
(Lary) Neygus. She was b. April 22, 1872. He d. April 
10, 1908, at the home where he was born. Children: — 

2466—1. ETHELYN, b. Jan. 14, d. Oct. 24, 1891. 

2467—2. JULIUS W., b. May 21, 1894. 

2468—3. BASIL R., b. May 5, 1898. 

2469—4. CLIFFORD D., b. May n, 1906. 



— CCCCLXIX— 

WILLIAM DURFEE 9 WOLCOTT [2052] 
(Chauncey 8 , Daniel 1 , Elisha 6 , Elisha 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , 
Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. April 12, 1871, Hannah M. Griffen, 
dau. of Henry and Rachel Griffen. She was b. Jan. 11, 
1850, at Orangeville, N. Y. Children: — 

2470—1. CLARENCE EDMUND, b. Jan. 12, 1873. See DXL. 
2471 — 2. EDNA VIOLA, b. Dec. 27, 1874; m. Dec. 27, 1905, 

John Reitzel. He was b. Nov. 24, 1871. 
2472—3. ALICE E., b. Nov. 3, 1881. 



— CCCCLXX— 

EARL D. 9 WOLCOTT [2055] (Chester Lucas 8 , 
Daniel 7 , Elisha?, Elisha 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. (1st) Feb. 15, 1888, Adelia S. Carpenter, dau. 
of Samuel and Mary Ann Carpenter. She was b. Oct. 6, 
1866, and d. July 13, 1892. (2nd) May 3, 1893, Amelia 
Carpenter, twin sister of his first wife. Children: — 

2473—1. MYRON, b. Dec. 30, 1889. 
2474 — 2. VAN C, b. Sept. 29, 1894. 
2 475—3- HAROLD E., b. Dec. 16, 1898. 



NINTH GENERATION 327 

— CCCCLXXI— 

SERENO E. 9 WOLCOTT [2058] (Josiah Edmund 8 , 

Daniel Russell 1 , Josiah 6 , Josiah 5 , Samuel*, Samuel*, Henry 2 ^ 
Henry 1 ) m. Oct. 4, 1870, Augusta L. Benjamin, dau. of 
Horace and Philena Benjamin, of Coburn Town, Ind. Re- 
sides at East Orwell, O. Children: — 

2476—1. BERENICE, E., b. April 12, 1875; d. June 1, 1883. 
2477—2. JEROME P., b. Jan. 17, 1885. 



— CCCCLXXII— 

ALBERT G. 9 WOLCOTT [2059] (Josiah Edmund 8 , 
Daniel Russell 1 , Josiah 6 , Josiah 5 , Samuel*, Samuel*, Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Oct. 4, 1870, Mary M. Hall, dau. of Richardson 
and Isabella Hall, of New Lyme, Ohio. Resides at Jeffer- 
son, O. Child:— 

2478—1. ARMINTA BELL, b. Feb. 18, 1874; m. Oct. 26, 1898, 
Dr. Orr A. Dickson, son of James and Susan Dick- 
son, of Sheffield, Ohio. Child: 

Robert O. Dickson, b. Nov. 9, 1902. 



— CCCCLXXIII— 

EDWARD CORNING 9 WOLCOTT [2060] (Horace 
Alanson 8 , Daniel Russell 1 , Josiah 6 , Josiah 7 ', Samuel*, 
Samuel''', Henri)-, Henry 1 ) m. May 15, 1901, Josephine 
Guggenheim, <>(' Kansas City, Mo., dau. of Jacob L. and 
Isabella Longaker, of Philadelphia, Pa. Children :— 

2479—1. LAURA LOUISE, b. 1 -\-h. 28, 1902. 
2480—2. WILLA BIXBY, b. Jan. 2, 1910. 



328 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

— CCCCLXXIV— 

CHARLES ALBERT 9 WOLCOTT [2061] (Horace 
Alanson 8 , Daniel Russell 1 , Josiah 6 , Josiah 5 , Samuel 4 , 
Samuel 8 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. June 1, 1908, Rosetta Gordon 
Bell, dau. of James Washington and Delphine (Paradis) 
Bell, of Stratford, Ont., Canada. Child: — 

2481— i. CLEOPHILE EVELYN, b. Nov. 20, 1909, at Moab, 
Utah. 



— CCCCLXXV— 

CHARLES FREEMAN 9 WOLCOTT [2065] (Willis 
Augustus 8 , Daniel Russell 7 ', Josiah 6 , Josiah 5 , Samuel 4 , 
Samuel 8 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Feb. 6, 1890, Mabel Huntley, 
dau. of W. T. and J. G. Huntley, of Orwell, Ohio. Resides 
at Cleveland, Ohio. Children: — 

2482—1. CHARLES DURWARD, b. Nov., 1890, at Mahon- 

ingtown, Pa. 
2483—2. OLGA MABEL, b. July, 1896, at Avalon, Pa. 
2484—3. WILLIS WALTER, b. Oct., 1901, at Avalon, Pa., d. 
2485—4. MARION GLENDORA, b. Sept., 1902, at Avalon, 

Pa. 
2486—5. JULIA LEONE, b. Feb., 1905, at Avalon, Pa. 



— CCCCLXXVI— 

LEVERETT CALVIN 9 WOLCOTT [2091] 
(Lyman 8 , Josiah Willis 1 , Josiah®, Josiah 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel 8 , 
Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Belle Housel, dau. of Orlo and Mary 
Housel. Children : — 



2487 — I 

2488—2 
2489—3 

2490 — 4 

249 1— 5 
2492 — 6 



NINTH GENERATION 

HELEN MARIE, b. Dec. 10, 1894. 
FLORENCE EVELYN, b. Feb. 10, 1898. 
LEONARD LYMAN, b. April 20, 1899. 
GLEN, b. Aug. 19, 1901; d. Feb. 28, 1902. 
ROBERT ORLO, b. Nov. 14, 1903. 
WAYNE EDWIN, b. Nov. 28, 1907. 



329 



— CCCCLXXVII— 

JOSIAH WARD 9 WOLCOTT [2092] (Lyman 8 , 
Josiah Willis 7 , Josiah G , Josialv*, Samuel*, Samuel*, Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Mar. 13, 1894, Lottie Anna, dau. of Thomas 
and Frances Hawkins. Children : — 

2493—1. CLYDE ROWLAND, b. March 12, 1896. 
2494—2. FRANCES HARRIET, b. April 7, 1906. 



— CCCCLXXVIII— 

EDWIN STANTON 9 WOLCOTT [2100] (Julius 
Erastus*, Erastus 7 , Josiah 9 ', Josiah 5 ', Samuel*, Samuel'' , 
Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Nov. 20, 1884, Emily C. Alter. Re- 
sides at Richland, Iowa. Child: — 

2495—1. CLARENCE EDWIN, b. June 8, 1890, at De Witt, 
Ark. Resides at Clay, Iowa. 



— CCCCLXXIX— 

CHARLES HENRY 9 WOLCOTT [2109] (William 
\\ r iri~. Edmund Pin/sue// 7 , Josiah 9 , Jonah*, Samuel 4 , 
Samuel?, Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Nov. in, 1897, Mary Florence 



330 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

Young, dau. of William Harrison and Eliza Jane Young, of 
Meeker, Colo. Resides at Axial, Colo. Child : — 

2496—1. WILLIAM LAWRENCE, b. July 15, 1898; d. Feb. 
8, 1899, at Meeker, Colo. 



— CCCCLXXX— 

WILLIAM EDMUND 9 WOLCOTT [2111] (William 
Wirt 91 , Edmund Pinkney 7 , Josiah®, Josiah 5 , Samuel 4 ", 
Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Sept. 23, 1890, Alice Eliza- 
beth, dau. of William and Alice D. Hay den, of Binghamton, 
N. Y. Resides at Brooklyn, N. Y. Children: — 

2497—1. ELLEN HART, b. Aug. 22, 1891. 

2498—2. EDMUND HAYDEN, b. Nov. 27, 1895. 

2499—3. HAROLD CARPENTER, b. Dec. 24, 1896. 

2500—4. ALICE MARY, b. Feb. 22, 1903. 



— CCCCLXXXI— 

HARLAN PAGE 9 WOLCOTT [2114] (Joseph 
Higgins 8 , Lewis 1 , Theodore®, Josiah 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , 
Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Apr. 26, 1865, Harriet N. Castle, of 
Geneva, O. Resided at Garfield, Kan.; d. Mar. 1, 1906, at 
Topeka, Kan. Children: — 

2501— 1. LEORA CASTLE, b. Sept. 29, 1866; m. Feb. 24, 

1892, Fred H. Leonard; d. 1904, at Denver, Colo. 
2502—2. STELLA AMORET, b. Feb. 16, 1870; resides at 

Topeka, Kan. 
2503—3. HARRY HAZEN, b. July 8, 1876; m. Gertrude 

Williamson; resides at Larned, Kan. 
2504 — 4. LOUISE CELIA, b. Feb. 22, 1885; resides at Topeka, 

Kan. 



NINTH GENERATION 331 

— CCCCLXXXII— 

HENRY GOODRICH 9 WOLCOTT [2115] (Joseph 
Higgins 8 , Lewis 7 , Theodore 6 , Josiah 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , 
Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. June 5, 1866, Jennie M. Nicholson, 
dau. of John Wesley Nicholson, of West Winsted. Resides 
at Decatur, Mich. Children: — 

2505—1. INEZ ESTELLA, b. Sept. 16, 1867; m. March 21, 
1898, Fred A. Armitage; resides at Mt. Vernon, 
Wash. Children : 

I. Dorothy Myrtle Armitage, b. April 2, 1900. 

II. Howard Leslie Armitage, b. Dec. 7, 1906. 

2506— 2. MARY AMORET, b. Jan. 29, d. Aug. 24, 1869. 
2507—3. MYRTLE MIGNONETTE, b. June 7, 1870; m. June 

6, 1889, Elmer Eugene Shackelford; resides at Allen, 

Nebr. Child: 

Harold Shackelford, b. Sept. 28, 1890. 

2508—4. HOWARD PAGE, b. Dec. 25, 1880; m. Aug., 1909, 
Bessie Page; resides at Newcastle, Nebr. 

2509—5. HENRY GOODRICH, b. Oct. 25, 1882; m. June 
26, 1907, Eva G. Davis; resides at La Porte, Ind. 



— CCCCLXXXIII— 

DARWIN BUSHNELL 9 WOLCOTT [2117] (Joseph 
Higgins 6 , Lewis 1 , Theodore 6 , Josiah r> , Samuel 4 , Samuel', 
Henry 2 , Henry^ ) m. Sept. 15, 1880, Ida May Clements, 
dau. of Levi Buitt Clements. She was b. Oct. 28, 1800, at 
Carbondale, III. Resides at Garfield, Kan. Children, b. at 
( i-arfield, Kan.: — 

2510— 1. BURTT JOSEPH, b. Nov. 1. [881. 

2511— 2. JAMES HARLAN, b. Feb. 1. [886. See DXLI. 

2512—3. LKROY lU'SIIXKLL, h. Oct. 20, [89 

2513—4. CHARLLS CLKMKNTS, b. July 20, [892. 



332 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

— CCCCLXXXIV— 

FRANK BLISS 9 WOLCOTT [2124] (Orlow Lewis 8 , 
Lewis 7 ,, Theodore 6 , Josiah 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. June 28, 1892, at Warren, Ohio, Mary Sheldon 
Fox, dau. of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Fox, of Buffalo, N. Y. 
Resides at Cleveland, O. Children: — 

2514— i. JACK MONTGOMERY, b. July 15, 1898. 
2515—2. MARTHA FOX, b. April 11, 1905. 
2516—3. FRANK BLISS, JR., b. Feb. 5, 1907. 



— CCCCLXXXV— 

NEWTON AMOS 9 WOLCOTT [2128] (William 8 , 
Newton 1 , Theodore 6 , Joseph 5 , Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. June 10, 1903, Blanche Edith Bates, dau. of 
Chauncey and Eliza ( Hart ) Bates, of Mesopotamia, Ohio. 
Resides at Warren, O. Children: — 

2517 — 1. LESLIE CARL, b. March 30, 1904. 
2518—2. NEAL NEWTON, b. April 28, 1906. 



— CCCCLXXXVI— 

ISAIAH 9 WOLCOTT [2145] (Joel 8 , Charles 7 , 
Charles 6 , Justus 5 , George 4 , George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
Nov. 2, 1873, Marietta Pew, dau. of Daniel and Mary Pew, 
ofCaton, N. Y. Children:— 

2519— 1. DANIEL WINTHROP, b. Aug. 20, 1875. See 

DXLII. 
2520—2. CHARLES EDWARD, b. Oct. 10, 1878. See 

DXLIII. 



NINTH GENERATION 333 

2521—3. FREDERICK AUGUSTUS, b. June 3, 1881 ; m. July 
9, 1902, Martha Matilda Bishop, dau. of John and 
Margaret Bishop, of Rossiter, Penn. Resides at 
Corning, N. Y. 

2522—4. ISAIAH J., b. Feb. 19, 1882; d. Aug. 25, 1884. 

2523—5. NETTIE F., b. Jan., 1885; d. Aug. 22, 1887. 

2524—6. ARTHUR KENDALL, b. Oct. 3, 1892. 



— CCCCLXXXVII— 

EDD ELSWORTH 9 WOLCOTT [2150] (John 
Edwin 8 , Samuel Keeler 1 ', Charles®, Justus 5 , George 4 ", 
George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. — . Children: — 

2525—1. RAYMOND. 
2526—2. HAROLD. 
2527—3. FLORENCE. 



— CCCCLXXXVIII— 

CLARENCE K.° WOLCOTT [2151] (William May- 
nard s , Samuel Keeler 1 , Charles®, Justus 5 , George 4 , George 3 , 
George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Sept. 5, 1901, Helen Gertrude Water- 
bury, who was b. June 24, 1874, at Geneseo, N. Y. Resides 
at Corning, N. Y. Children: — 

2528—1. FRANCES JULIA, b. Aug. 15, 1902. 
2529—2. ROBERT MAYNARD, b. Aug. 12, 1904. 



— CCCCLXXXIX— 

GEORGE T. ;) WOLCOTT [2153] (Louis Alexander*, 
Samuel Keeler 7 , Charles'', Justus 5 , George 4 , George 3 , 
George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. June 14, 1904, Emma, dau. of W. W. 
Cowan, of Corning, N. Y. Child: — 

2530—1. EMMA CHARLOTTE, b. July 30, 1910. 



334 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

— CCCCXC— 

SAMUEL KEELER 9 WOLCOTT [2157] (Louis 
Alexander* , Samuel Keeler 1 , Charles®, Justus 5 , George 4 ", 
George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Aug. 12, 1907, Fanny, dau. 
of J. I. Stanton, of Buffalo, N. Y. Child:— 

2531— i. LOUIS JEROME, b. Sept. 4, 1908. 



— CCCCXCI— 

CHARLES 9 WOLCOTT [2159] (Ezra Legrand 8 , 
Samuel Keeler 1 , Charles 6 , Justus 5 , George*, George 3 , 
George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Dec. 12, 1894, Avis Edmonds, of 
Cohocton, N. Y. Children : — 

2532—1. EUNICE ELIZABETH, b. Sept, 27, 1895. 
2533—2. ROY KENNETH, b. June 1, 1898. 



— CCCCXCII— 

ORSON ELWIN 9 WOLCOTT [2171] (Charles 8 , 
Frederick 7 , Charles®, Justus 5 , George 4 , George 3 , George 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. July 4, 1876, Mary Melvina Russell, of Pine 
Valley, N. Y., who was b. Jan. 18, 1858. Children: — 

2534—1. FRANCIS EUGENE, b. April 4, 1877. See DXLIV. 
2535—2. GEORGE ELWIN, b. Oct. 24, 1878. See DXLV. 
2 53 6_ 3 . NOBLE ERNEST, b. May 25, 1882. See DXLVI. 
2537—4. FLORA MELVINA, b. Dec. 28, 1885; m. Sept. 22, 
1908, Walter J. Stosch, of Corning, N. Y. 



NINTH GENERATION 335 

— CCCCXCIII— 

CHARLES S. 9 WOLCOTT [2179] (Charles*, 
Frederick 1 , Charles^, Justus 5 , George 4 ", George 3 , George 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Oct. 28, 1903, Helen W. Rowley. Children:— 

2538 — 1. EZRA R., b. May 30, 1905. 

2539—2. J. FREDERICK, b. Dec. 9, 1906. 

2540 — 3. GEORGE R., b. Jan. 1, 1909. 

2541—4. CHARLOTTE JANE, b. Sept. 10, 191 1. 



— CCCCXCIV— 

PHILO RAY 9 WOLCOTT [2182] (William Irving 8 , 
Frederick 1 , Charle/', Justus 5 , George 4 , George 3 , George 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Mar. 31, 1906, Carrie Marie Colburn, who was 
b. Oct. 8, 1882. Child:— 

2542—1. ROLAND IRVING, b. Sept. 13, 1908. 



— CCCCXCV— 

JOHN EDWIN 9 WOLCOTT [2183] (William E. 8 , 
Edwin Jones 1 , John ( ', Justus 5 , George 4 , George 3 , George 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Dec. 24, 1897, Eva L. Hutchinson, of Wells- 
boro, Pa. Child: — 

2543—1. ROBERT HARRY, b. Aug. 10, 1899. 



— CCCCXCVI— 

HARRY K. 8 WOLCOTT [2198] (William Putnam 8 , 
Horace 1 , Horace''', Joseph 5 , Joshua*, George'', George 2 , 
Henry*) m. Nov. 11, 1800, Maud Garber, dan. of Reuben 



336 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

and Jennie (Dixon) Garber, who was b. April 12, 1874. An 
attorney at law at Norfolk, Va. Children, b. at Norfolk, 
Va.:— 

2544 — 1. ROGER G., b. Sept. 15, 1897. 
2545—2. HARRY K., Jr., b. May 19, 1900. 



— CCCCXCVII— 

EDWARD W. 9 WOLCOTT [2194] (William Putnam 8 , 
Horace 7 , Horace®, Joseph 5 , Joshua*, George 5 , George 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Sept. 14, 1893, Ada, dau. of James E. and 
Jeanette Mounts, who was b. April 17, 1875. An attorney 
at law at Norfolk, Va. Child: — 

2546—1. JAMES M., b. Aug. 1, 1894, at Van Wert, O. 



— CCCCXCVIII— 

OLIVER G. 9 WOLCOTT [2196] (Horace Milton 8 , 
Horace 7 , Horace®, Joseph 5 , Joshua 4 , George 8 , George 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Jan. 6, 1910, Elva Howard. Resides at Modesto, 
Cal. Child:— 

2547 — 1. ALICE E., b. Feb. 21, 191 1. 



— CCCCXCIX— 

PETER CLARK 9 WOLCOTT [2202] (Lucian 
McClenathan 8 , Elias Howe 7 , Elias Q , Joseph 5 , Joshua 1 , 
George 8 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Sept. 2, 1885, Eleanor Louise 
Smith, dau. of Edward and Jane Mallory Smith, of Batavia, 
111. Pastor of Trinity Church at Highland Park, 111. 
Children : — 

2548—1. MARY ELIZABETH, b. Dec. 3, 1886; m. Aug. 28, 
191 1, Lyman Pierce Pryor; resides at Jacksonville, 
Fla. 
2549—2. ROGER DOD, b. April 20, 1892. , 
2 55o—3- LEONARD CLARK, b. June 13, 1894. 



NINTH GENERATION 337 

— D— 

LUCIEN FREMONT 9 WOLCOTT [2203] (Lucian 
McClenathan 8 , Elias Howe 7 , EUas Q , Joseph 5 , Joshua*, 
George*, George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) Aug. 14, 1888, Eliza 
Annetta Willis, dau. of James Willis, of Oskaloosa, Iowa; 
(2nd) March 17, 1903, Ida Emily Phinney, dau. of Lucius 
Horatio and Martha Jane Phinney, of Iowa Falls, Iowa. 
Children : — 

2551— i. MARY PUTNAM, b. Feb. 26, 1889. 
2552—2. JOHN LUCIEN, b. Feb. 12, 1905. 
2 553— 3- HELEN ELIZABETH, b. Dec. 12, 1906. 



— DI— 

BROOKS 9 WOLCOTT [2206] (Roscoe 8 , Elias Howe 7 , 
Elias*, Joseph 5 , Joshua*, George*, George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
— , Nov. 28, 1901. Child:— 

2554 — 1. ERSCHEL WEIHL, b. Aug. 20, 1903, at Water- 
town, O. 



— DII— 

HERBERT RAYMOND 9 WOLCOTT [2217] 
(Ralph 8 , Guy 7 , Gideon* , Henry 5 , Henry*, Henry 8 , Simon 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Sept. 1, 1903, Mildred Frances Houlahan, dau. 
of Charles H. and Emma Frances Houlahan, of Belmont, 
Mass. Resides at Springfield, Mass. Children, b. at Spring- 
field, Mass.: — 

2555—1- DOROTHY CHAPIN, b. Sept. 11, 1904. 
2556—2. MIRIAM COOPER, b. June 21, [906. 



338 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

— Dili— 

WALTER BARNETT 9 WOLCOTT [2218] (William 
Wadsworth 8 , Walter 7 , Gideon 6 , Henry 5 , Henry*, Henry 2, , 
Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Dec. 9, 1875, Martha Green Leftwich, 
dau. of John Monroe and Nancy Jane Leftwich, of Newton 
County, Ga. She was b. Oct. 28, 1855. Children: — 

2557—1. ELIZABETH JANE, b. Nov. 5, 1876, at Conyers, Ga. 
2558—2. FLORENCE STELLUNA, b. Oct. 27, 1878, at 

Conyers, Ga. 
2559 — 3. CHARLES WALTER, b. March 17, 1881, at Griffen, 

Ga. See DXLVII. 
2560—4. MATTIE BURA, b. April 29, 1883, at Griffen, Ga. 
2561—5. WILLIAM LEFTWICH, b. Oct. 14, 1885, at 

Griffen, Ga. 
2562—6. MAGGIE LENORA, b. Aug. 29, 1887, at Griffen, Ga. 
2563—7. ROBERT HENRY, b. July 13, 1891, at Griffen, Ga. 
2564—8. LAURA OLIVIA, 1 twins, b. Feb. ( 
2 565—9. HOMER OLIVER,} 28,1894 Id. Oct. 22, 1897. 



— DIV— 

CLARENCE M. 9 WOLCOTT [2228] (Clayton A 8 , 
Simon Peter 7 , Joseph 6 , Simon 5 , Henry*, Henry 2 , Simon 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Sept. 14, 1898, Fannie I. Wells. Children: — 

2566—1. DOTTIE MARIE, b. Dec. 18, 1899. 

2567 — 2. PAUL F., b. July 5, 1902. 

2568—3. JAMES CLAYTON, b. Jan. 30, 1906. 



— DV— 

FRANK 9 WOLCOTT [2229] (Clayton A 8 , Simon 
Peter 7 , Joseph 6 , Simon 5 , Henry*, Henry 2 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) 
m. Feb. 4, 1903, Maude Merriman. Children: — 

2569 — i- FAY W., b. Oct. 29, 1903. 
2570 — 2. LORENE, b. Feb. 2y, 1905. 



NINTH GENERATION 339 

— DVI— 

PERRY 9 WOLCOTT [2233] (Martin Preston 8 , 
Thomas 1 , Luke 6 , Thomas 5 , Thomas 41 , Henry 3 ', Simon 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. March 7, 1849, Nancy M., dau. of Zephaniah 
Sherman, of Otselic, ]S T . Y. ; resided (1849) in Lincklaen, 
N. Y. Child:— 

2571— i. SHERMAN AGARD, b. Jan. 16, 1850. 



— DVII— 

JOHN 9 WOLCOTT [2241] (Thomas Judd 8 , Thomas 7 , 
Luke 6 , Thomas 5 , Thomas 4 , Henry 2 ", Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
(1st) Sarah Lane; (2nd) Catherine Beardsley. He d. 
1902, in Michigan. Children:— 



2572—1. 


HELEN, 


b. in Kent. 


2573—2- 


JAMES. 


See DXLVIII 


2574—3- 


FRANK. 




2575—4- 


SARAH. 




2576—5- 


JOHN. 





— DVIII— 

OLIVER 9 WOLCOTT [2242] (Thomas Judd 8 , 
Thomas 1 , Luke 6 , Thomas 5 , Thomas 4 , Henry 8 , Simon 2 , 
Ilenry^) m. Caroline Gilbert, of Kent, Conn. He d. in 1891. 
Children : — 

2577— r. THOMAS JUDD, 1). 1858. See DXLIX. 
2578 — 2. EFFIE LOUISE, resides at Bridgeport, Conn. 






340 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

— DIX— 

WILLIAM BURTON 9 WOLCOTT [2245] (Thomas 
Judd 8 , Thomas 1 ', Luke®, Thomas' 6 , Thomas*, Henry 3 , 
Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Mary Jeanette Lee, of Kent, dau. of 
Abram and Maria Lee; d. Sept. 30, 1909. Children: — 

2 579— i- IDA LOUISE, b. July io, 1854; m. Henry W. Post, 

of Southbury. 
2580—2. SARAH MARIA, b. March 7, 1856; m. Frederick 

Darling, of Ansonia, N. Y. Lived in Bridgeport. 
2581 — 3. ADA JANE, b. May 7, 1858; m. Julius Beardsley, of 

Southbury; d. Dec. 1, 1883. 
2582—4. CHARLES WILLIAM, b. Sept. 5, 1863. See DL. 
2583 — 5. OLIVER ELIAS, b. Feb. 8, 1868; m. Libbie Waldron, 

of Kent, Conn. 
2584—6. JOHN LEE, b. Mar. 16, 1874; m. Alice Shaatz. 



— DX— 

MARTILLAS 9 WOLCOTT [2246] (Thomas Judd 8 , 
Thomas 7 , Luke 6 , Thomas 6 , Thomas*, Henry 3 , Simon 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Mary Ann Stowe, of Kent. He d. in 1907, at 
Kent, Conn. Children: — 

2585 — 1. ELIZA, m. Elisha Roraback. 
2586—2. ELIZABETH, m. Elijah Dwy. 



— DXI— 

GEORGE CASE 9 WOLCOTT [2255] (Peres Case 8 , 
Wheeler 1 ' , Luke 6 , Thomas 6 , Thomas*, Henry 3 , Simon 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. (1st) Dec. 27, 1883, Agnes Brodie; (2nd) 
Sylvia Woodman; (3rd) Hester Bills. Children: — 

2587—1. JEAN BRODIE. 
2588—2. RUTH ELEANOR. 



NINTH GENERATION 341 

— DXII— 

EDWIN HENRY 9 WOLCOTT [2256] (Peres Case 8 , 
Wheeler 1 ', Luke 6 , Thomas 5 , Thomas*, Henry 3 , Simon 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Dec. 26, 1883, Carrie Patience Miller, dau. of 
Edward Thomas and Patience Pry or Miller, of Rochester, 
N. Y. A practicing physician at Rochester, N. Y. 
Children : — 

2589—1. EDWIN MILLER, b. Dec. 16, 1888. 

2590 — 2. HAROLD, b. Sept. 14, 1892; d. Aug. 12, 1893. 

2591—3. MARGARET ELIZABETH, b. Dec. 18, 1893. 



— DXIII— 

ETHAN C. 9 WOLCOTT [2275] (Roger 8 , Asa 7 , 
Roger 6 , Gideon 5 , Thomas*, Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 
Nov. 16, 1885, Julia Johnson, dau. of Harvey and Margaret 
(Cronkelton) Johnson, of Delaware, Ohio. Resides at 
Omaha, Neb. Children: — 

2592—1. ROGER, b. March 28, 1888. 
2593—2- JOHN, b. April 13, 1891. 
2594—3- HELEN, b. March 12, 1896. 



— DXIV— 

CHARLES MARION 9 WOLCOTT [2289] (William 
Augustus 8 , Henry Augustus 1 , Augustus 6 , Giles 5 , Peter*, 
Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Mar. 28, 1887, Mary Moll. 
Children : — 

2595—1. PEARL LOZETT, b. Aug. 22, 1888; m. Mar. 12, 

191 1, Dolph L. Gaskins. 

2596—2. ELLA MAY, b. Mar. 7, 189 1. 

2597—3- WILLIAM OLIVER, b. May 27, 1895. 

2598—4. MARION, b. Apr. 13, 1897. 

2599 — 5- GLADYS L., b. Aug. 28, 1905. 

2600—6. LOLA ELIZABETH, b. July 23, 1907. 



342 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

— DXV— 

CYRUS HARVEY 9 WOLCOTT [2293] (Henry 
Oliver*, Henry Augustus 1 , Augustus 6 , Giles 5 , Peter 4 , 
Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 1892, Minnie Jobe. 
Children : — 

2601— i. GERTRUDE MAE, b. Oct. 11, 1893. 
2602 — 2. JESSIE LOIS, b. Sept. 23, 1894. 
2603—3. RAYMOND LE ROY, b. July 21, 1897. 



— DXVI— 

CHARLES SPENCER 9 WOLCOTT [2303] (Anson 
Spencer 8 , Anson 7 , James 6 , Epaphras 5 , Roger 4 , Roger 3 , 
Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Oct. 12, 1882, at Forest Green, Mo., 
Dixie Anna Ford, dau. of Peter Ford, of Forest Green, Mo. 
D. Dec. 5, 1886, at Richmond, Mo. Children:— 

2604—1. ELIZABETH S., b. at Richmond, Mo., July 28, 1883. 
2605—2. WALTER CHARLES, b. at Richmond, Mo., June 

27, 1885. 
2606—3. EDITH, b. at Forest Green, Mo., April 25, 1887; 

m. Nov. 10, 1903, John P. Bramhall, attorney, of 

Richmond, Mo. 



— DXVII— 

GEORGE FRANKLIN 9 WOLCOTT [2305] (Anson 
Spencer 8 , Anson 1 , James 6 , Epapliras 5 , Roger 4 , Roger 3 , 
Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Oct. 16, 1889, Izelia, dau. of Reuben 
Leveredge, of Fayette, Mo. She was b. Pec. 4, 1861. 
Children, b. at Fayette: — 



NINTH GENERATION 



343 



2607 — 1 
2608 — 2 
2609 — 3 
2610 — 4 
261 1— 5 
2612 — 6 
2613—7 



WILLIAM R, b. Sept. 27, 1891. 

SPENCER REUBEN, b. Feb. 8, 1892. 

MARY ELIZABETH, b. July 27, 1894. 

SARAH MABEL, b. April 10, 1896; d. Aug. 6, 1897. 

LURENDA ADA, b. Sept. 14, 1897. 

GRACE ANNIE, b. Feb. 6, 1898. 

CLARA ODELL, b. Jan. 12, 1899. 



— DXVIII— 

HENRY EPAPHRAS 9 WOLCOTT [2306] (George 
Paul*, Epaphras 1 ', James®, Epaphras 5 , Roger 4 ", Roger*, 
Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Oct. 12, 1870, Helen A., dau. of 
Thomas Gray Chandler and Lucy (Stead) Chandler, of 
Pomfret, Conn. ; d. July 22, 1889. Child :— 

2614 — 1. CHANDLER, b. Aug. 8, 1875; an attorney at law at 
Rochester, N. Y. 



— DXIX— 

JAMES EPHRAIM 9 WOLCOTT [2307] (George 
Paul*, Epaphras 7 , James®, Epaphras 5 . Roger 4 , Roger*, 
Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Ida J. Chase; d. Nov. 24, 1906. 
Children : — 



2615— 1. CAROLINE ROGENIA, b. Oct., 1876; m. Jan. 31, 
[905, Frank Kdward Clawson, of Ridgvvay, Penn. 

2616—2. GEORGE PAUL, b. Aug. 16, 1880. 

2617—3. CHARLES JAMES, b. Nov. 14. 1881; m. Sept. 29, 
191 o, Rachel Greene Richmond. 



344 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

— DXX— 

HENRY WALBRIDGE 9 WOLCOTT [2312] 
(Anson 8 , James 1 , James 6 , Epaphras 5 , Roger 4 ', Roger 3 , 
Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) May 24, 1875, at Chicago, 111., 
Helen Bishop Maclntyre, dau. of James and Jane Macln- 
tyre; (2nd) July 12, 1898, at Kenosha, Wis., Josephine 
Edmonton Powers, dau. of Thomas and Mary Powers. 
Children : — 

2618— i. HELEN ELIZABETH, b. March 26, 1876, at 

Logansport, Ind. 
2619 — 2. HUGH ALAN, b. April 18, 1879, at Lafayette, Ind. 
2620—3. HENRY WALBRIDGE, Jr., b. May 11, 1889, at 

Fremont, O. 



— DXXI— 

EBEN HENRY 9 WOLCOTT [2313] (Anson 8 , 
James 7 , James 6 , Epaphras 5 , Roger 4 , Roger 3 , Simon 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. April 22, 1889, at Indianapolis, Ind., Lida 
Lister Brown. Resides at Marion, Ind. Children: — 

2621— 1. RYLAND ANSON, b. April 4, 1891. 
2622—2. ROGER GOULD, b. Sept. 19, 1893. 



— DXXII— 

JAMES GRIFFITH 9 WOLCOTT [2316] (James 
Henry 8 , James 1 , James 6 , Epaphras 5 , Roger 4 , Roger 3 , 
Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Dec. 18, 1883, Adelia Savage, dau. of 
George W. and Mary Savage, of Lagrange, 111. Resides 
at Lagrange. Children :— 



NINTH GENERATION 345 

2623—1. GEORGE SAVAGE, b. Oct. 10, 1884, at Chicago, 
111.; m. Feb. 8, 1906, Charlotte Elliott. 

2624 — 2. ADELIA, b. May 26, 1886, at Lagrange, 111.; m. Dec. 
28, 1906, B. F. Troxell. 

2625—3. JAMES LEROY, b. Oct. 29, 1887; d. April, 1889. 



— DXXIII— 

GEORGE ALFRED 9 WOLCOTT [2320] (James 8 , 
Norman 1 , James*, Epaphras 5 , Roger' 1 , Roger 3 , Simon 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. 1878, Nancy Ophelia Strother, of Muhlenburg 
County, Ky.; d. Feb. 5, 1901. Children:— 

2626—1. LUCYE MAI, b. Oct. 25, 1879. 

2627—2. LOUIS ROBERT, b. April 21, 1881. See DLL 

2628—3. JULIA MARY, d. young. 



— DXXIV— 

CHARLES EDGAR 9 WOLCOTT [2322] (James 8 . 
Norman 7 , James (i , Epaphras*, Roger 4 , Roger 3 , Simon 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Dec. 15, 1889, Laura Moorman. She d. July 
19, 1906. Children:— 

2629—1. EDGAR MOORMAN, b. Oct. 28, 1890; d. Oct. 28, 

1905. 
2630—2. PAUL McGREGOR, b. June 4, 1892. 
2631—3. EVELYN KATHERINE, b. Aug. 25, 1895; d. Nov., 

1897. 
2632—4. JOHN JAMES, b. Jan. 21, 1899. 



346 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

— DXXV— 

JAMES FRANKLIN 9 WOLCOTT [2323] (James 8 , 
Norman 1 , James®, Epaphras 5 , Roger*, Roger 8 , Simon 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. 1881, Bettie Wheelden, of Muhlenburg County, 
Ky. Children : — 

2633—1. NANNIE BRADY, b. Sept., 1882; m. July 19, 1902, 

Louis Nunan. 
2634—2. RUTH DAVIS, b. Aug., 1884; m. Nov., 1901, — 

Brown. Children: 

I. Aileen Brown, b. Aug. 27, 1902. 

II. Sarah Elizabeth Brown, b. Feb. 19, 1909. 

2635—3. NORMAN, b. March, 1886. See DLII. 

2636—4. RENA, b. Sept., 1887. 

2637—5- CHARLES ALFRED, b. Jan., 1889; d. Feb. 22, 1906. 

2638—6. FRED, b. Aug., 1893. 



— DXXVI— 

WILLIAM AUGUSTUS 9 WOLCOTT [2325] 
(Oliver Hecto?' 8 , Norman 7 , James 6 , Epaphras 5 , Roger 4 ", 
Roger 8 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Mollie Fowler, of Brenham, 
Texas; d. April 1, 1899, at McKinney, Texas. Child:— 

2639 — 1. ADA, b. July 17, 1888; lives at Waco, Texas. 



— DXXVII— 

ALVA ARISTA 9 WOLCOTT [2326] (Oliver Hector 8 , 
Norman 7 , James 6 , Epaphras*, Roger 4 , Roger 8 , Simon 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. in 1880, Maggie Pond, of McKinney, Texas. 
Children, b. at McKinney: — 



NINTH GENERATION 347 

2640—1. OLIVER BARTON, b. July 6, 1882. 

2641—2. GRANVILLE AUGUSTUS, b. Feb. 13, d. Aug. 23, 

1886. 
2642—3. HETTIE, b. Aug. 9, 1888. 
2643—4. JOSEPH, b. Feb. 28, 1891. 
2644 — 5. KATE, b. Dec. 15, 1893. 



— DXXVIII— 

ROBERT VAUGHN 9 WOLCOTT [2329] (Oliver 
Hector*, Norman 7 , James 6 , Epaphras 5 , Roger*. Roger 3 , 
Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. April 27, 1884, Nannie Clark, of 
McKinney, Texas. Child:- — 

2645—1. HORACE EDGAR, b. Feb. 20, 1885. 



— DXXIX— 

DUNCAN BREWSTER 9 WOLCOTT [2332] (Simon 
Perkins 8 , Alfred 7 , Alfred 6 , Parmenio 5 , Roger*, Roger 3 , 
Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. May, 1906, Daisy Lodge, of Silver 
Lake, O.; attorney at law at Kent, O. Children: — 

2646—1. JOHN LODGE, b. Apr. 23, 1907. 

2647—2. DUNCAN BREWSTER, b. June 26, 1909. 



— DXXX— 

HARRY WARD EMERSON 9 WOLCOTT [2348] 

(Judson Eugene* , James Orin 7 , Guy 6 , Guy 5 , Alexander*, 
Roger', Simon 2 , Henri/) m. Aug. 11, 1904, Pearle 
Albertine, dau. of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Parmelee, of E. 
Cleveland, Ohio. Child: — 

2648—1. ARLENE PARMELEE, b. Nov. 29, 1905, at E. 
Cleveland, O. 



TENTH GENERATION 

— DXXXI— 

ROY MANUEL 10 WOLCOTT [2382] (Myron Wells 9 , 
Thomas Robbins 8 , Thomas 7 , Samuel®, Samuel 5 , Samuel*, 
Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Dec. 22, 1906, Linnie May 
Moor, dau. of Fitzgerald and Sarah (Wilson) Moor, of El 
Paso, Tex. He d. Nov. 25, 1908. Child:— 

2649—1. ROY MANUEL, b. Mar. 20, 1909, at El Paso, Tex. 



— DXXXII— 

WILLIAM NEWTON 10 WOLCOTT [2386] (John 
Nelson 9 , Isaac Newton 8 , William' 7 , Samuel 6 , Samuel 5 , 
Samuel*, Samuel 2 ", Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Jan. 6, 1891, at 
Manchester, la., Bertha May Taylor, dau. of Ormon E. and 
Martha P. Taylor. Resides at Manchester, la. Children: — 

2650—1. CLARA LOUISE, b. July 4, 1893. 
2651—2. GRACE EDITH, b. Aug. 14, 1895. 
2652—3. ALICE JEANIE, b. July 13, 1897. 



— DXXXIII— 

EDWARD NELSON 10 WOLCOTT [2387] (John 
Nelson 9 , Isaac Newton 8 , William 1 , Samuel 6 , Samuel 5 , 
Samuel*, Samuel 2 ", Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Lillie C. Smith. 
Children : — 

2653— i- ROGER, b. Aug. 27, 1897; d. May,, 191 1. 
2654—2. EDWARD OLIVER, b. Feb. 20, 1907. 



TENTH GENERATION 349 

— DXXXIV— 

HENRY RIGGS 10 WOLCOTT [2388] (John Nelson 9 , 
Isaac Newton*; William 1 ', Samuel 6 , Samuel 5 ', Samuel*, 
Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Kathe Scherrer. Children: — 

2655—1. NELSON, b. Jan. 27, 1896. 

2656 — 2. ELSA, b. Jan. 10, 1897. 

2657—3. KATHERINE, b. May 13, 1898. 

2658—4. HERBERT, b. Sept. 26, 1900. 

2659 — 5. HARRY, b. Feb. 5, 1903. 



— DXXXV— 

ELBERT HENRY 10 WOLCOTT [2392] (Henry 
Kirke 9 , Nelson 8 , William 1 , Samuel 6 , Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 , 
Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Feb. 15, 1900, Nora Minard, 
dau. of George W. and Lizzie A. Minard, of St. Charles, 111. 
Child:— 

2660—1. KATHERINE MINARD, b. April 10, 1901, at 
Batavia, 111. 



— DXXXVI— 

LAURENS EMERSON 10 WOLCOTT [2394] 
(William Allen 9 , Nelson 8 , William 1 , Samuel 6 , Samuel 7 ', 
Samuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henrip ) 111. Jan. 21, 1905, Ethel 
M. Patchin, dau. of Lyman and Ida May Updike Patchin, 
of Batavia, III. Children: — 

2661 — 1. ADA MAY, 1). April 5. [906, at Batavia, 111.; d. May 

20, 1907. 
2662—2. LAURENS EMERSON. Jr., b. March 22, 1908. 
2663—3. WILLIAM ALLEN, b. Aug. 29, 1909. at Batavia, 111.; 

d. June 8, 1910. 



350 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

— DXXXVII— 

CORYDON HENRY 10 WOLCOTT [2423] (Henry 
Bela 9 , Walter 8 , Henry 7 , William 6 , Samuel 5 , Samuel*, 
Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Sept. 7, 1904, Florence A. 
Young, of Cobleskill, N. Y. Children: — 

2664—1. GRACE LILLIAN, b. Sept. 21, 1905. 
2665—2. LAURA ALBERTA, b. Aug. 31, 1907. 



— DXXXVIII 



GEORGE R. 10 WOLCOTT [2438] (Calvin A. Q , Walter 
F 8 , Daniel 7 , Elisha 6 , Elisha 5 , Samuel*, Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. Oct. 20, 1881, Florence E. Olmstead, of Eldred, 
Pa. She was b. Oct. 2, 1863. Children: — 



2666 — 1 
2667 — 2 
2668—3 
2669 — 4 
2670—5 



MELVIN B., b. Jan. 13, 1884. 
E., b. April 13, d. July 17, 1885. 
NORMAN R., b. Jan. 16, 1888. 
CHARLES E., b. May 8, 1891. 
GUARD C, b. June 25, 1894. 



— DXXXIX— 

ALVIN PERKINS 10 WOLCOTT [2459] (William 
Wallace®, William 8 , Daniel 7 , Elisha 6 , Elisha 5 , Samuel*, 
Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. (1st) Oct. 28, 1887, Clara A. 
Russell. She was b. March 18, 1865, and d. Jan. 2, 1892. 
(2nd) March 14, 1894, Rose L, Barker, of Warsaw, N. Y. 
She was b. Feb. 1, 1869, at Orangeville, N. Y. Children:— 

2671— 1. DORIS M., b. June 1, 1895, at Pike, N. Y. 
2672—2. MARION R., b. Jan. 28, 1899, at Pike, N. Y. 



TENTH GENERATION 351 

— DXL— 

CLARENCE EDMUND 10 WOLCOTT [2470] 
(William Durfee 9 , Chauncey 8 , Daniel 1 , Elisha 6 , Elisha 5 , 
Samuel 4 ", Samuel 2 ", Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. April 16, 1908, Ella 
Mae Downing, dau. of John W. and Charlotte J. Downing, 
of Siverly, Pa. Resides at Oil City, Pa. Children: — 

2673—1. MARGARET, b. Feb. 19, d. Feb. 22, 1909. 
2674—2. NORMAN LESTER, b. July 14, 1910. 
2675—3. EVERETTE SELLEW, b. Aug. 20, 191 1. 



— DXLI— 

JAMES HARLAN 10 WOLCOTT [2511] (Darwin 
Bushnell 9 , Joseph Higgins 8 , Lewis 7 , Theodore 6 , Josiah 5 , 
Samuel 4 , Samuel^, Henry 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Nov. 21, 1907, Nora 
Clark. Children : — 

2676—1. HENRY CLARK, b. Sept. 15, 1908. 
2677—2. DONALD BRUCE, b. Nov. 9, 1909. 



— DXL1I— 

DANIEL WINTHROP 10 WOLCOTT [2519] 

(Isaiah 9 j Joel 8 , Charles 7 , Charles* , Justus 5 , George 4 , 
George s , George 2 , Henry*) in. Oct. 16, 1899, Jennie L. 
Wilson, who was b. July 22, 1878. Children :— 



2678—1 
2679 — 2 
2680 — 3 
2681 — 4 
2682 — 5 



FREDERICK ISAIAH, b. Sept. 22, 1900. 
MARGARET ANNA MAY, b. Feb. 2, 1902. 
HELEN IRENE, b. May 15, 1903. 
JENNIE MAY, b. April 14. [905. 
GERTRUDE C, b. Sept. 14, 1907. 



352 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

— DXLIII— 

CHARLES EDWARD 10 WOLCOTT [2520] (Isaiah 9 , 
Joel 8 , Charles 7 , Charles 6 , Justus 5 , George 4 , George 3 , 
George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. 1897, Edith Belle Stephens, of Corn- 
ing, N. Y. Children : — 



2683 — l 
2684 — 2 
2685—3 
2686—4 
2687—5 



ISABEL, b. July 28, 1898; d. Feb. 12, 1902. 
CHARLES HENRY, b. Feb. 16, 1904. 
ROBERT BURTON, b. April 18, 1906. 
EDWARD ISAIAH, b. Mar. 1, 1907. 
EDITH MAY, b. July 11, d. Aug. 13, 1908. 



— DXLIV— 

FRANCIS EUGENE 10 WOLCOTT [2534] (Orson 
Elwin 9 , Charles 8 , Frederick 7 , Charles 6 , Justus 5 , George 4 , 
George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Oct. 11, 1899, Frances A. 
DeWolf. Children:— 

2688—1. DOROTHY ANGELINE, b. Mar. 30, 1901. 
2689—2. STANLEY DE WOLF, b. Sept. 12, 1903. 



— DXLV— 

GEORGE ELWIN 10 WOLCOTT [2535] (Orson 
Elwin 9 , Charles 8 , Frederick 7 , Charles 6 , Justus 5 , George 4 , 
George 3 , George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. July 12, 1902, Millie Ann 
Chapman. Children : — 

2690—1. HAZEL CHAPMAN, b. May 27, 1903. 

2691—2. EDNA MABEL, b. Oct. 1, 1904. 

2692—3. ORSON ELWIN, b. July 6, 1906. , 

2693—4. NOBLE EUGENE, b. May 24, 1908. 



TENTH GENERATION 353 

— DXLVI— 

NOBLE ERNEST 10 WOLCOTT [2536] (Orson 
Elwin 9 , Charles 8 , Frederick 1 , Charles 6 , Justus 5 , George 4 ", 
George*, George 2 , Henry 1 ) m. June 15, 1902, Mabel Chap- 
man. Children : — 

2694—1. VERA EMLEY, b. Feb. 8, 1905; d. Mar. 14, 1906. 
2695—2. MABEL ELAINE, b. Jan. 2, 1908. 



— DXLVII— 

CHARLES WALTER 10 WOLCOTT [2559] (Walter 
Barnett?, William Wadsworth 8 , Walter 7 , Gideon 6 , Henry 5 , 
Henry 4 , Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. June 6, 1907, Carolyn 
Shirley Baylor, dau of Henry and Ann Baylor, of Atlanta, 
Ga. Resides at Atlanta, Ga. Child: — 

2696—1. ANNE SHIRLEY, b. March 19, 1908, at Atlanta, Ga. 



— DXLVIII— 

JAMES 10 WOLCOTT [2573] (John", Thomas Judd 8 , 
Thomas' 1 , Luke 6 , Thomas 5 , Thomas 4 , Henry''', Simon 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. (1st) in Michigan; (2nd) in Kent, Conn. 
Children: — 

2697—1. MARION. 
2698—2. MARTIN. 
2699— 3. MARTHA. 



354 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

— DXLIX— 

THOMAS JUDD 10 WOLCOTT [2577] (Oliver*, 
Thomas Judd 8 , Thomas 7 , Luke 6 , Thomas 5 , Thomas 4 , 
Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Cora Roswell, of Southbury, 
Conn. Children : — 



2700- 


-I. 


PAUL. 


2701- 


-2. 


OLIVER 


2702- 


-3- 


CARRIE. 


2703- 


-4- 


LOTTIE. 


2704- 


-5- 


ALICE. 


2705- 


-6. 


MARY. 



— DL— 

CHARLES WILLIAM 10 WOLCOTT [2582] 
(William Burton 9 , Thomas Judd 8 , Thomas 7 , Luke 6 , 
Thomas 5 , Thomas 4 , Henry 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Ellen 
Patchen, of Dover, N. Y. Lives in Waterbury, Conn. 
Children : — 

2706—1. GRACE MARIA, b. Dec. 27, 1885; d. Dec. 1909, unm. 

2707—2. ALICE REBECCA, b. May 15, 1887. 

2708—3. EDNA MAUD, b. June 17, 1889; m. Arthur Cornwall, 

of Waterbury. 
2709^4. SARAH ELIZA, b. Nov. 21, 1890. 



— DLI— 

LOUIS ROBERT 10 WOLCOTT [2627] (George 
Alfred 9 , James 8 , Norman 7 , James 6 , Epaphras 5 , Roger 4 , 
Roger 3 , Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. Sept. 6, 1904, Mabel Sharp. 
Children : — 

2710— 1. GEORGE SHARP, b. June 17/1905. 
271 1 — 2. OWEN, b. Feb. 26, 1909. 



TENTH GENERATION 



355 



— DLII— 

NORMAN 10 WOLCOTT [2635] (James Franklin*, 
James 8 , Norman 7 , James 6 , Epaphras 5 , Roger 4 ", Roger 3 , 
Simon 2 , Henry 1 ) m. July 6, 1906, Pennie Wolfe. 
Children : — 

2712 — 1. JACK, b. May 17, 1907. 

2713—2. J. F., b. July 25, 1908. 

2714 — 3. CHARLES, b. July 31, 1910. 




DEED-CHEST OF HENRY WOLCOTT, 163O. 



356 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

EIGHTH GENERATION 

— DLIII— 

SHERBOURNE HENRY 8 WOLCOTT [1291] 
(Newton 1 , Theodore®, Josiah 5 , Samuel*, Samuel 3 , Henry 2 , 
Henry 1 ) m. June 25, 1849, Sophia, dau. of Ira Hatch, of 
West Farmington, O. Children: — 

2715— i. ISADORE FRANCIS, b. Aug. 20, 1852; m. March 
25, 1872, Daniel S. Wean, of West Farmington, O. 
Children: 

I. Louise Rebecca Wean, b. July 27, 1875 ; m. Aug. 
31, 1904, George Yarrow, of Newark, N. J. Children: 

i. Gordon Yarrow, b. Oct. 5, 1906. 
ii. Stanley Yarrow, b. Jan. 17, 1908. 

II. Clarence Burdette Wean, b. Oct. 31, 1876. 

III. Clermont Daniel Wean, b. Sept. 28, 1880; d. 
Aug. 20, 1899. 

2716—2. BURDETTE LEE, b. Dec. 15, 1857; d. March 

18, 1881. 
2717—3. HARRIETTE LEONA, b. Oct. 10, 1859; m. Andrew 

J. Johnston; d. March 20, 1889. 
2718—4. MARY ELNETTE, b. Jan. 18, 1863; m. Dec. 24, 

1884, Samuel C. Nowlen, of Braceville, O. Children: 

I. Madge Wolcott Nowlen, b. Sept. 18, 1885 ; m. Sept. 
30, 1903, George C. Minke, of Cleveland, O. Child: 

Ralph Arthur Minke, b. Aug. 29, 1904. 

II. Mildred Leona Nowlen, b. Aug. 29, 1889 ; m. Nov. 
17, 1909, Robert M. Gibson, of Pittsburgh, Pa. Child: 

Marjory Emma Gibson, b. Oct. 18, 1910. 

2 7i9— 5- JULIA HELEN, b. Sept. 17, 1865; m. Sept. 19, 1889, 
Charles C. Nowlen, of Braceville, O., 




PQ ffi 



APPENDIX 



During the preparation of the foregoing Genealogy in- 
formation has been sent in by persons bearing the name 
Wolcott whose descent from Henry Wolcott has not been 
traced. Many of them have subscribed for books and the 
pedigrees are therefore given in the following pages. Pos- 
sibly in some cases a reader may be able to supply the data 
lacking to establish the connection with the descendants of 
Henry.— C. W. 



360 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



WOLCOTT 

"In almost every family history may be found some varieties of 
spelling. This family appears in England and in America to have 
been spelled in many ways among which are Wolcott, Walcott, Wool- 
cott, Wolcutt, Woolcut, and in town and church records the same 
person appears under several of these spellings. All in America bear- 
ing the name in these several forms, are believed to be members of the 
same family, all descendants of Henry Wolcott, or of William Walcott. 
Henry Wolcott settled at Windsor, Connecticut, and his descendants 
spread into Western Massachusetts. William Walcott settled at Salem, 
Massachusetts. One of the sons of the second Henry Wolcott went 
from Connecticut to Salem and there his name came to be spelled 
Walcott. Some of the descendants of William Walcott removing to 
Connecticut and to Western Massachusetts, adopted the spelling of 
that region and their names became Wolcott. These and other changes 
of spelling have in recent years caused confusion and made much 
trouble in tracing family history. Elijah Wolcott, named in the 
following genealogy, lived and died at Williamsburgh, Mass. One 
authority claims that he was brother of Solomon of Williamstown, 
who descended from the first Henry, through his son George of 
Wethersfield; another claims that he was the son of Samuel, who 
descended from the second Henry, through his son Samuel ; and still 
another claims that he was the son of Samuel, who was of Windham, 
Conn., and descended from the same Henry, through his son Josiah, 
and still another claims that he was descended from William Walcott 
of Salem. At one time the writer believed that Elijah came by one 
of the first three lines given, but old papers, recently found, show him 
to have descended by the last named line from William Walcott of 
Salem, and that the change of name came on the removal of a branch 
of that family from Salem to Windham, Connecticut, or later to Wil- 
liamsburgh, Mass." 

From "Descendants of James Prime," written by Ralph 
E. Prime. 



APPENDIX 

FAMILY I. 

— l— 

WILLIAM 1 WALCOTT, b. in England; m. Alice, dau. 
of Richard Ingersoll, of Bedfordshire, Eng. ; d. 1636-44, at 
Salem, Mass. Children: 

i. JONATHAN, m. 1672. 

2. ABRAHAM, m. 1672. 

3. SAMUEL, d. in Haverhill, May 18, 1667. 

4. WILLIAM, b. 1644. (Salem Records.) 



JONATHAN 2 WALCOTT (William 1 ) b. in England; 
m. (1st) Jan. 25, 1665, Mary, dau. of John Sibley. She 
was b. Sept. 8, 1644, and d. Dec. 28, 1683, in Salem, Mass. 
(2nd) April 23, 1685, Mary Putnam. He d. Dec. 6, 1699, 
at Salem, Mass. Children: 

1. JOHN, b. Dec. 7, 1666. 

2. HANNAH, b. Dec. 6, 1667. 

3. JONATHAN, b. Sept. 1, 1670. 

4. JOSEPH, b. Sept. 2j, 1673. 

5. MARY, 1). July 5, 1675. 

6. SAMUEL, b. Oct. 12, 1678. 

7. ANN. 

8. THOMAS. 

9. THOMAS. 

10. WILLIAM. 
[i. EBENEZER. 
12. BENJAMIN. 
r3. PRUDENCE. 



362 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

—3— 

JONATHAN 3 WALCOTT (Jonathan 2 , William 1 ) m. 
1693-4, Priscilla Bay ley, dau. of Joseph Bayley, of New- 
bury. She was b. Oct. 31, 1676, and d. Feb. 16, 1770, at 
Windham, Conn. He d. May 25, 1745, at Windham, Conn. 
Children : 



MARY, b. Mar. 28, 1696. 

SARAH. 

PRISCILLA. 

RACHEL. 

JOSEPH. 

JONATHAN, b. June 7, 1710. 

STEPHEN, b. July 27, 1712. 

HANNAH, b. Feb. 24, 1715. 

SAMUEL, b. Nov. 16, 1721. 



JONATHAN 4 WALCOTT (Jonathan 8 , Jonathan 2 , 
William 1 ) m. 1728, at Salem, Mary Jackson, of Suffield, 
Conn. She d. at Williamsburg, Mass. He d. 1788, at Wil- 
liamsburg, Mass. Children: 

1. ELIZABETH, bap. May 11, 1729. 

2. MIRIAM, bap. June 6, 1731. 

3. JOHN, bap. May 20, 1733. 

4. MARY, bap. May 16, 1736. 

5. JONATHAN. 

6. SOLOMON. 

7. SAMUEL. 

8. HANNAH. 

9. PRISCILLA. 

10. MARY, b. 1745; m. Rufus Hyde. 

11. ELIJAH, b. 1764. 



APPENDIX 363 

—5— 

ELIJAH 5 WOLCOTT (Jonathan*, Jonathan*, Jona- 
than 2 , William 1 ) m. Aug. 27, 1786, Mary Blake, dau. of 
Joseph Blake, of Old Braintree. She was b. in 1765, and 
d. Nov. 14, 1846, at Williamsburg, Mass. He d. Feb. 23, 
1848, in Williamsburg. Children: 



CALVIN, b. Apr. 27, 1787. 



1 

2. ASENEATH, b. Nov. 2, 1788. 

3. LUTHER, b. Feb. 7, 1791. 

4. POLLY, b. June 22, 1793. 

5. WILLARD, b. May 2, 1796; d. Oct. 4, 1804. 

6. WEALTHY, b. Oct. 17, 1798. 

7. HANNAH, b. April 22, 1801. 

8. DELIA, b. Dec. 13, 1803. 

9. WILLARD. 

10. ELIJAH, b. Nov. 19, 181 1. 



— 6— 

CALVIN 6 WOLCOTT (Elijah*, Jonathan*, Jonathan*, 
Jonathan 2 , William 1 ) m. Sept 4, 1811, at Danvers, Sally- 
Gardner, dau. of Samuel Gardner, of Danvers. She was b. 
May 1, 1785, and d. Dec. 12, 1850, at Winchester, Va. He 
d. Jan. 21, 1861, in New York. Children: 
1. ELIZABETH GARDNER, b. Dec. 30, 1812; m. June 16, 
1834, at Danvers, Jacob Richards, M. D. He was b. June 
24, 1795, and d. Jan. 2, 1861, at Weymouth, Mass. She d. 
May 2, 1846, at Braintree, Mass. Children: 

I. Augustus Jacob Richards, b. Sept. 20, 1835. 

II. George Calvin Richards, b. Jan. 18, 1838. 

III. Sarah Ann Wolcott Richards, b. Feb. 5, 1841 ; m. Aug. 
9, 18G6, Ralph Earl Prime. I le was b. Mar. 27, 1840. Resides 
at Yonkers, N. Y. Children: 

i. Kate Prime. 

ii. Ralph Earl Prime. 

iii. William Cow per Prime. 

iv. Gardner Wolcott I 'rime. 



364 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

v. Ruth Havens Prime. 

vi. Julia Ann Prime. 

vii. Arabella Duncan Prime. 

viii. Edward How Grifren Prime. 



AUGUSTUS CALVIN, b. Oct. 13, 1814. 
SALLY ANN, b. Mar. 27, 1817. 
SAMUEL GARDNER, b. Jan. 2, 1820. 
HENRIETTA BLAKE, b. May 15, 1823. 
ASA GARDNER, b. Apr. 25, 1825. 
GEORGE THEODORE, b. July 15, 1827. 



—7— 

SAMUEL GARDNER 7 WOLCOTT (Calvin*, 
Elijah 5 , Jonathan 4 , Jonathan 3 , Jonathan 2 , William 1 ) m. 
1854, Caroline, dau. of Thomas H. and Phebe Hubbard, of 
Utica, N. Y. Resides at Utica, N. Y. Child: 

1. ALICE D., b. Aug. 8, 1861; m. June 8, 1887, William J. 
Millard, of Clayville, N. Y. Children: 

I. Sterling A. Millard, b. Jan. 18, 1888. 

II. Fred H. Millard, b. April 19, 1889. 



FAMILY II. 



SAMUEL 1 WOLCOTT, m. May 27, 1725, Mercy 
Fosdick, dau. of Samuel Fosdick, of Charlestown, Mass. 
Children : 

1. SAMUEL, bap. May 28, 1727. See 2. 

2. MERCY, bap. Sept. 1, 1728. 

3. WILLIAM, bap. Aug. 16, 1730. 

4. HEPHZIBAH, d. young. 

5. HEPHZIBAH, bap. Mar. 26, 1738; m. (1st) Aaron Town- 

send; (2nd) H. Munger, of Whiting, Vt. 

6. MARY, bap. Sept. 26, 1742. 



APPENDIX 365 

— 2— 

SAMUEL 2 WOLCOTT (Samuel 1 ) m. Mar. 29, 1750, 
Lucy, dau. of Samuel Wright, of Wethersfleld, Conn. Re- 
moved to Goshen, Conn., about 1753; thence to Lanesboro, 
Mass., about 1763; thence to Shoreham, Vt., in the fall of 
1773. Was with Ethan Allen when Fort Ticonderoga was 
captured. D. while on a visit to relations in Cheshire, Mass. 
He owned and sold the property mentioned in Stiles's 
"Ancient Wethersfleld" (Vol. 1, p. 480) to Joseph Webb, 
afterwards known as Webb House. This property is 
claimed by Stiles to have been ancestral in the Wolcott 
family having been bought by Henry (II) of Windsor from 
Clement Cheplin for his son Samuel Wolcott. Samuel 2 
Wolcott's sons all claimed to be descendants of Henry 
Wolcott of Windsor. Children : 

i. SAMUEL, b. 1751. See 3. 

2. LUCY, b. 1750; m. Nov. 30, 1780, Stephen Barnum. He 

was b. Feb. 17, 1757, at Danby, Vt., and d. Aug. 24, 1834, 
at Shoreham, Vt. She d. June 29, 1799, at Shoreham, Vt. 

Their son, David Barnum, b. Oct. 6, 1781, at Lanesboro, Mass.; 
m. 1807, Betsey Jones. She was b. May 10, 1784, at Worcester, 
Mass., and d. Jan. 6, 1853, at Potsdam, N. Y. He d. May 10, 
1850, at Potsdam, N. Y. 

Their son, Royal Barnum, b. Jan. 2, 1817, at Potsdam, 
N. Y. ; m. Aug. 31, 1843, Mary Pease. She was b. Dec. 
9, 1821, at Charlotte, Vt., and d. Jan. 21, 1901, at Adrian, 
Mich. He d. Feb. 5, 1866, at Adrian, Mich. 

Their dau., Louise Barnum, 1). July 22, 1844, at Pots- 
dam, N. Y.; in. June 19, 1867, Richard B. Robbins. He 
d. June 15, 1905. She resides at Adrian, Mich. 

3. SUSANNAH, m. Zaccheus Barnum. 

4. ALVIN, b. 1765. See 4. 

5. JESSE. See 5. 

6. MOSES. See 6. 

7. WILLIAM. See 7. 

8. PHILEMON, b. 1768. See 8. 



366 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

— 3— 

SAMUEL 3 WOLCOTT (Samuel 2 , Samuel 1 ) m. Isabel 
Blair. She was b. 1755, and d. 1831. He d. 1828. Children: 

i. MOSES. See q. 

2. SAMUEL; d. unm. Feb. 20, 1828, aged 34 years. 

3. OLIVE, m. Asa Sunderland, of Shoreham, Vt. Children: 

I. David Sunderland, settled in Freeport, 111. 

II. Byron Sunderland, became a famous divine of Washing- 
ton, D. C, and pastor of former President Cleveland. 

4. RILEY. See 10. 

— 4— 

ALVIN 3 WOLCOTT (Samuel 2 , Samuel 1 ) m. (1st) 
Lois Turrell, of Schroon, N. Y. She d. Jan. 31, 1813, aged 
49 years; (2nd) Mrs. Mead, whose maiden name was Smith. 
He d. July 27, 1834. Children: 

1. DANIEL. See 11. 

2. RHODA, m. William Rowley. 

3. LOVISA, m. — Bailey. 

4. ARIEL. See 12. 

5. LEONORA, m. — Worsdell. 

6. LURINDA, d. Aug-. 16, 1853, age 53. 

7. SAMUEL, b. June 29, 1803; d. May 12, 1864, unm. 

8. LOIS (half sister), m. — Fisk. 

Their son, Levi J. Fisk ; d. 1904. 



—5— 

JESSE 3 WOLCOTT (Samuel 2 , Samuel 1 ) m. Olive — ; 
admitted by letter from church in Lanesboro, 1816; deceased 
1835 (church records Shoreham, Vt.). Child: 

1. CALVIN. See 13. 



APPENDIX 367 

— 6— 

MOSES 3 WOLCOTT (Samuel 2 , Samuel 1 ) m. — . 
Settled in Cheshire, Mass. Child: 

i. RUSSELL B. See 14. 



— 7— 

WILLIAM 3 WOLCOTT (Samuel 2 , Samuel 1 ) m. Persis 
— ; d. at home of son in Whitehall, N. Y. Children: 

1. WILLIAM GROSVENOR, a physician in Whitehall, N. Y. 

His dau., Marie Antoinette, m. Levi J. Fisk, of Pasadena, Cal. 

2. OLIVE, m. — Smith. 

3. HANNAH, m. Noble King Wolcott, of Cheshire, Mass. 



— 8— 

PHILEMON 3 WOLCOTT (Samuel 2 , Samuel 1 ) m. 
Anna or Lucy Treat, who d. in 1828. He d. 1833. Children: 

1. LAURA, b. 1796; m. John Barker. 

2. LUCY, b. May 23, 1798; m. Levi Rhodes. 

3. HIRAM, b. Sept. 2, 1800. 

4. ALMON, b. June 2, 1802. See 15. 

5. AMY, b. June 12, 1804; m. Abner Wells. 

6. OLIVER, b. Dec. 10, 1806; d. Jan. 1, 1828. 

7. VERNON, b. Mar. 12, 1809; m. Mary Ann Burnham. 

8. JOHN TREAT, b. July 12, 1812; reported to have gone to 

Ohio. 
(). HARRIET, b. Feb. 17, 1814; m. Augustus Tatreau. 
10. SERAPH, b. Aug. 12, 1817; m. Cornelius Palmer; d. [862. 



368 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

—9— 

MOSES 4 WOLCOTT (Samuel 3 , Samuel 2 , Samuel 1 ) 
m. — . Children: 

i. THURMAN, b. Dec. 25, 1813. See 16. 

2. MYRON, supposed to have settled in Wisconsin. 

3. SAMUEL, settled in Crown Point, N. Y. 

4. CLARA, supposed to have settled in Wisconsin. 

5. MARY, supposed to have settled in Wisconsin; m. (1st) 

Moses Wells, of Greenfield, Mass. He d. in Delafield, 
Wis., Feb. 28, 185 1; (2nd) Apr. 11, 1852, Wellington A. 
Noble, of Delafield. 

6. OLIVE, supposed to have settled in Wisconsin. 

7. RHODA, supposed to have settled in Wisconsin. 

8. ELIZA, supposed to have settled in Wisconsin. 



—10— 

RILEY 4 WOLCOTT (Samuel 3 , Samuel 2 , Samuel 1 ) m. 
Lucina Holt. Children: 

1. LUMAN, m. — Cook. 

2. MONFORD, m. — Skinner. They lived and d. in Ticon- 

deroga, N. Y. 

3. LOYAL. 

4. SYBIL, m. — Hanchet. Lived in Elizabethtown, N. Y. 

5. SUSAN, m. Crandall Denton. Lived in Elizabethtown, N. Y. 



11- 



DANIEL 4 WOLCOTT (Alvin 3 , Samuel 2 , Samuel 1 ) 
He and family went West. Child: 

1. JEROME. Fell from masthead and was killed. 



APPENDIX 369 

—12— 

ARIEL 4 WOLCOTT (Alvin\ Samuel 2 , Samuel 1 ) m. 
(1st) Phebe Denton; (2nd) Mrs. Bateman Rowley. 
Children : 



LORIANE, m. — Denton. Lived in 111. 
ALVIN S. See 17. 

ACSAH, m. — Burrows; d. in Westport, N. Y. 
EDWIN R., b. Oct. 13, 1827. See 18. 
JUDSON. See 19. 

PHOEBE ELLEN, m. — Upson. Now living in Utica, 
N. Y. 



—13— 

CALVIN 4 WOLCOTT ( Jesse 3 , Samuel 2 , Samuel 1 ) m. 
Sarah Reynolds. She d. Sept. 8, 1863, aged 68. He d. Sept. 
10, 1867, aged 74. Children: 

1. LEVI. See 20. 

2. LYDIA, d. April 11, 1907; m. Nelson Wolcott, son of Sey- 

mour Wolcott. He d. Jan. 30, 1864. Child: 

Ida Wolcott. 

3. LUCINDA, m. William Perry. Children: 

I. Emerson Perry, d. in New York City. 

II. Adelaide Perry, m. — Hunt. She d. in Shoreham, Vt. 

4. SARAH, m. Joseph Towner; both d. at Shoreham, Vt. 

Children: 

I. Parker Towner. Living in Fargo, N. D. 

II. Rollin Towner. Living in Fargo, N. D. 

5. EDWIN P., b. Dec. 23, 1828. See 21. 

6. ELLEN, m. Lyman Garfield, of Schroon, N. Y. 



370 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

—14— 

RUSSELL B. 4 WOLCOTT (Moses 3 , Samuel 2 , 
Samuel 1 ). His home was probably in Cheshire, Mass. Child: 

I. JOHN C. 5 , b. 1820. His home was probably in Cheshire, 
Mass. Children: 

I. Henry B. 6 , was living in 1886 in St. Paul, Neb. 

II. ■ — 6 , dau. graduated at Oberlin about 1883, and member 
of faculty in 1886. 

—15— 

ALMON 4 WOLCOTT (Philemon 3 , Samuel 2 , Samuel 1 ) 
m. Lucy Wells, of Greenfield, Mass. ; d. July 8, 1891. She 
d. Jan. 11, 1889, aged 80. Children: 

1. PHILEMON TREAT, b. Sept. 20, 1836. See 22. 

2. NOBLE KING, b. Oct. 5, 1839. See 23. 

3. WILLIAM HENRY, b. Mar. 29, 1843. See 24. 

4. ROGER ALMON, b. Apr. 21, 1846. See 25. 

5. OLIVER BYRON, b. Oct. 12, 1847; d. without issue, 

Oct. 27, 1902. 

—16— 

THURMAN 5 WOLCOTT (Moses 4 , Samuel 3 , Samuel 2 , 
Samuel 1 ) m. Olive Pond, who was b. July 4, 1817, and d. 
Sept. 22, 1875. They lived in Shoreham, Vt., and Crown 
Point, N. Y. He d. March 28, 1899. Children: 

1. ASHLEY, b. Dec. 21, 1846. See 26. 

2. RACELIA, m. Daniel Sunderland, of Bridport, Vt. 

Children: 

I. Thurman D. Sunderland. 

II. Charles A. Sunderland. 

III. Frank A. Sunderland. 

IV. Bertha O. Norton Sunderland. 

V. M. Emma Smith Sunderland. 



APPENDIX 371 

—17— 

ALVIN S. 5 WOLCOTT (Ariel*, Alvin 3 , Samuel 2 , 
Samuel 1 ) now living in Crown Point, N. Y. Children : 

Three sons and three daughters. 

—18— 

EDWIN R. 5 WOLCOTT (Ariel*, Alvin 3 , Samuel 2 , 

Samuel 1 ) m. March 4, 1849, Lydia Swinton, b. April 17, 
1832. He d. Nov. 2, 1900. Children: 

i. JAMES EDWIN, b. July 23, 1850. See 27. 

2. MARY ELLEN, b. Oct. 2, 1855; m. April 4, 1878, James 

M. Baldwin. He d. June 28, 1907. Children: 

I. Theda Adel Baldwin, b. Feb. 21, 1879; m. Feb. 3, 1904, 
Merrill T. Wolcott. 

II. Edwin Ezra Baldwin, b. March 7, 1880; m. Nov. 16, 
1910, Alice Treadway. 

III. Katherine B. Baldwin, b. Jan. 23, 1881. 

IV. Lydia E. Baldwin, b. Nov. 2, 1891. 

3. WILBUR ARIEL, b. Jan. 4, and d. Sept. 14, 1859. 

4. MILLY ELIZA, b. Feb. 24, 1866; m. Jan. 4, 1882, Altus 

B. Adkins. Child: 

Venice Amanda Adkins, b. Aug. 5, 1890. 

—19— 

JUDSON 5 WOLCOTT (Ariel*, Alvin*, Samuel 2 , 
Samuel 1 ) m. Martha Pippin. Child: 

1. CHARLES, m. Ida Swinton. Children: 
Four sons and two daughters. 

—20— 

LEVI 5 WOLCOTT (Calvin*, Jesse* , Samuel 2 , SamueV ) 
m. Rachel Treadway. Child: 

1. CLARENCE. See 28. 



372 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

—21— 

EDWIN P. 5 WOLCOTT (Calvin\ Jesse*, Samuel 2 , 
Samuel 1 ) m. Fanny Burr, of Connecticut. He d. Dec. 15, 
1884. Children: 

i. GEORGIA, m. Levi Swift; they live in Middlesex, Vt. 
Children: 

I. Lucy Gertrude Swift. 

II. Helen Francelia Swift. 

III. Roland Wolcott Swift. 

2. GERTRUDE, m. Rev. A. S. Black. Children: 

I. Ara Gertrude Black; m. Asa Brower. 

II. William Merle Black. 

III. A. Burr Black. 

IV. Royce Burr Black. 

V. Perry Emerson Black. 

3. EVA, m. Daniel Nichols. Child: 

Eva Nichols, m. Walter Carr. Children : 

i. Gladys Irene Carr. 

ii. Raymond Nichols Carr. 

4. PERRY BURR, b. Oct. 26, 1871. See 29. 



—22— 

PHILEMON TREAT 5 WOLCOTT (Almon\ Phile- 
mon 3 , Samuel 2 , Samuel 1 ) m. Mary Magson. Child: 

1. AUGUSTA B., b. Oct., 1873; d. April 15, 1904. 



—23- 



NOBLE KING 5 WOLCOTT (Almon\ Philemon 3 , 
Samuel 2 , Samuel 1 ) m. Mary Corey; d. Feb. 6, 1891. She 
d. Feb. 8, 1912. Child: 

1. EDITH M., b. March, 1876; m. Edwin Goodspeed, of 
Ticonderoga, N. Y. 



APPENDIX 373 

—24— 

WILLIAM HENRY 5 WOLCOTT (Almon\ Phile- 
mon 3 , Samuel 2 j Samuel 1 ) m. Rosabelle Whitney. Children : 

i. LUCY, resides at Long Beach, Cal. 

2. AGNES, resides at Long Beach, Cal. 

3. VERNON, d. March 15, 1904. 

—25— 

ROGER ALMON 5 WOLCOTT (Almon\ Philemon 3 , 
Samuel 2 , Samuel 1 ) m. May 29, 1867, Harriet Winters, of 
Crown Point, N. Y.; d. March 20, 1893, at Middlebury, Vt. 
Children : 

1. HORACE HENRY, b. May 27, 1872. See 30. 

2. MARTHA LUCY, b. Nov. 21, 1873. 

3. OLIVER EDWARD, b. July 21, 1876; m. Nov. 14, 1901. 

Nellie Shores, of Pelham, Mass. 

4. ROSABELLE, b. Oct. 21, 1877; m. Dec. 25, 1909, Herbert 

Warner. Child: 

Lulu Harriet Warner, b. Nov. 21, 1910. 

5. ALMON ROGER, b. June 12, 1879. See 31. 

6. SAMUEL SILAS, b. March 7, 1881. Resides at Amherst. 

Mass. 

—26— 

ASHLEY WOLCOTT (Thurman*, Moses 4 , Samuel 3 , 
Samuel 2 , Samuel 1 ) m. Emma Powers; d. April 9, 1884. 
Children: 

1. CARROL A., b. Nov. 25, 1875. See 32. 

2. MERRILL G., 1). Nov. 28, 1877; m. Feb. 3, 1904, Theda 

Ariel Baldwin, of Sliorcliain, Vl. She was 1>. Feb. 21, 187c;. 

3. GUY F., 1). April 22, 188 1, at Shoreham, Vt. Sec 33. 



374 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

—27— 

JAMES EDWIN 6 WOLCOTT (Edwin R. 5 , Ariel 4 , 
Alvin 3 , Samuel 2 , Samuel 1 ) m. Dec. 21, 1876, Mary Chap- 
man. He d. Jan. 28, 1886. Children: 

i. JUNIA K, b. March 6, 1878; d. March 5, 1890. 

2. ARTHUR, b. Dec. 19, 1880. 

3. EVA MILLY, b. Dec. 10, 1882. 

4. ELMER J., b. April 7, 1884. Lives at Shoreham, Vt. 

—28— 

CLARENCE 6 WOLCOTT (Levi 5 , Calvin*, Jesse 8 , 
Samuel 2 , Samuel 1 ) m. Mary D. Rogers, of Ticonderoga, 
N. Y. Children: 

1. CHARLOTTE. 

2. ELIZABETH, m. Fred Dudley. Children: 

I. Wolcott Dudley. 

II. Mary Lucilla Dudley. 

3. ROYCE, d. at age of four years. 

4. HARRY, m. in Pennsylvania. 

—29— 

PERRY BURR 6 WOLCOTT (Edwin P. 5 , Calvin 4 , 
Jesse 3 , Samuel 2 , Samuel 1 ) m. (2nd) Dec. 24, 1909, Charlotte 
Elizabeth Williams. He d. Feb. 5, 1912. Children: 

1. ROYCE. 

2. KENNETH. 

3. FRANCES. 

—30— 

HORACE HENRY 6 WOLCOTT (Roger Almon 5 , 
Almon 4 , Philemon 3 , Samuel 2 , Samuel 1 ) m. June 17, 1902, 
Emily Miner, of Bristolville, Ohio. Resides at Amherst, 
Mass. Children : 

1. MARION MINER, b. Jan. 31, 1904. 

2. ROGER AUGUSTUS, b. Aug. 25, 1909. 



APPENDIX 375 

—31— 

ALMON ROGER 6 WOLCOTT (Roger Almond 
Almon 4 , Philemon 3 , Samuel 2 , Samuel 1 ) m. Nov. 14, 1905, 
Emily Cassin, of Florence, Mass. Children: 

i. VIOLA ISABEL, b. July 12, 1906. 
2. CHARLES OTIS, b. Oct. 17, 1910. 

—32— 

CARROL A. 7 WOLCOTT (Ashley 6 , Thurman 5 , 
Moses 4 ", Samuel 3 , Samuel 2 , Samuel 1 ) m. Oct. 15, 1902, Evie 
M. Parrish, of Bridport, Vt. She was b. March 5, 1880, in 
Bridport, Vt. Child: 

1. ASHLEY CHARLES, b. Sept. 25, 1903. 



—33— 

GUY F. 7 WOLCOTT (Ashley 6 , Thurman 5 , Moses 4 , 
Samuel 3 , Samuel 2 , Samuel 1 ) m. Feb. 26, 1902, Effie B. 
Larrabee, of Leominster, Mass. She was b. Feb. 1, 1881, at 
Larrabee, N. D. Children: 

1. DOROTHY, b. July 5, 1905, at Three Oaks, Mich. 

2. VONDA, b. May 28, 1909, at Bridport, Vt. 

3. THERON, b. Feb. 19, 1912, at Bridport, Vt. 



376 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

FAMILY III. 

— 1— 

STEPHEN WOLCOTT, b. Jan. 15, 1783, at Cum- 
mington, Mass.; m. (1st) Dec. 27, 1804, Lucy Strong, who 
was b. Oct. 24, 1783, and d. Aug. 21, 1841; (2nd) March 17, 
184—, Princess Clapp. She d. Jan. 1, 1863. He d. April 
24, 1868, at Holyoke, Mass. Children: 
i. ISAAC STEBBINS, b. March 30, 1806. See 2. 

2. TRYPHOSA BUSH, b. Dec. 25, 1807; d. March 25, 1885. 

3. LUCY STRONG, b. Jan. 5, 1810; m. John S. Parsons, of 

Southampton, Mass.; d. Dec. 14, 1891. 

4. ANGELINE, b. March 7, 1812; d. Nov. 13, 1823. 

5. STEPHEN BARTLETT, b. April 16, 1814, at South- 

ampton, Mass. See 3. 

6. HANNAH BARTLETT, b. March 25, 1816; d. May 4, 

1 841; m. 

7. CYRENIUS BROOKS, b. Aug. 30, 1823. See 4. 

8. GEORGE MORRIS, b. Dec. 12, 1825; m. Sarah Wesson, 

of Springfield, Mass. 

9. DANIEL POMEROY, b. March 11, 1829; d. May 8, 1902. 

— 2— 

ISAAC STEBBINS WOLCOTT (Stephen) d. Jan. 2, 
1892. Children: 

1. JAIRUS B., b. Oct. 9, 1833. 

2. LEMUEL P., b. Feb. 21, 1841. See 5. 

—3— 

STEPHEN BARTLETT WOLCOTT (Stephen) m. 
Jan. 14, 1840, at Elyria, Ohio, Harriet N. Cheever, dau. of 
Dr. Nathan and Betsey Parker Cheever. She was b. July 
7, 1817, at Westmoreland, N. Y., and d. June 20, 1881, at 
Elyria, Ohio. He d. Nov. 22, 1900, at Elyria, Ohio. Children: 

1. GEORGE HENRY, b. Oct. 20, 1843. See 6. 

2. IDA A., b. Dec. 19, 1845. 

3. CORA CHEEVER, b. March 12, 1857. 



APPENDIX 377 

— 4— 

CYRENIUS BROOKS WOLCOTT (Stephen) m. 
Feb., 1852, at Augusta, Maine, Harriet Newell Abbott, dau. 
of Joseph R. and Rachel Abbott, of Augusta, Maine. She 
was b. Dec. 13, 1825, at Vasselboro, Maine, and d. Nov., 
1905, at Holyoke, Mass. He d. July 11, 1897. Children: 

1. WILLIAM BROOKS, b. Dec. n, 1852, at Holyoke, Mass.; 

m. Aug. 29, — , Abbie Henrietta Williams, dau. of Elisha 
and Caroline Elizabeth Vickere, of Great Barrington, Mass. 

2. THEOPHILUS ABBOTT, b. April 26, 1856. See 7. 

3. FREDERICK STURGIS. See 8. 

4. HARRIETT FARWELL, m. Hector M. Scott. Resides at 

Jamaica, L. I. 

—5— 

LEMUEL P. WOLCOTT (Isaac Stebbins, Stephen) 
resides at Southampton, Mass. Children: 

1. ALFRED L., b. Dec. 18, 1881. 

2. ANNIE L., b. Aug. 31, 1885. 



—6— 

GEORGE HENRY WOLCOTT (Stephen Bartlett, 
Stephen) m. June 17, 1874, Ellen Frances Campbell, dau. 
of Stephen and Frances (Avery) Campbell, of Racine, Wis. 
She was b. Dec. 7, 1852, at West Medway, Mass., and d. 
Dec. 27, 1908, at Des Moines, Iowa. He d. June 16, 1909, 
at Des Moines, Iowa. Children, b. at Milwaukee: 

[. STEPHEN CAMPBELL, b. March 21, 1876; m. Sept. 29, 
1904, at Rye, N. Y., Mrs. E. L. Blakeman, dau. of Thomas 
and Eleanor Leal Greenleaf. Resides at Dixondale, Va. 

2. CORA CAMPBELL, b. March 12, 1878; m. April 14. [903, 
Charles Albert Watrous. of Des Moines, Iowa. 



378 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

—7— 

THEOPHILUS ABBOTT WOLCOTT (Cyrenius 
Brooks, Stephen) m. Mary Bristol, dau. of Merritt and 
Laura (French) Bristol, of Williamsville, Mass. Children: 

i. LAURA ABBOTT, b. March 9, 1885, at Great Barrington; 
m. July 11, 191 1, Clark Kimball Peterson, son of Henry 
and Marie Peterson, of Duxbury, Mass. Resides at Salis- 
bury, Conn. 

2. MERRITT BROOKS, b. 1886; d. 1899. 

3. WILLIAM BRISTOL, b. 1889. 

4. GERTRUDE STURGIS, b. 1894. 



— 8— 

FREDERICK STURGIS WOLCOTT (Cyrenius 
Brooks, Stephen) m. Oct. 17, 1877, Clara Estelle Holmes, 
dau. of Horace and Martha Ann (Schutt) Holmes, of Great 
Barrington, Mass. He d. Oct. 14, 1906. Child: 

1. STANLEY H., b. Nov. 27, 1891. Resides at Oak Park, 111. 



FAMILY IV. 



— 1— 



JOHN 1 WOLCOTT, of Salem, who signed a deed in 
Oct., 1655, was probably the father of 

JOHN 2 WOLCOTT, b. 1632; m. Nov. 20, 1653, 
Mary, dau. of Richard Thurlow, of Newbury, Mass. 

Their son, JOHN 3 WOLCOTT, b. Oct. 25, 1660, 
at Newbury; m. Jan. 4, 1684-5, Joanna Emerson, of 
Ipswich. 



APPENDIX 



379 



Their son, JOHN 4 WOLCOTT, b. 1696; m. 
Oct 12, 1727, Dinah Walker, of Brookfield, Mass. 
Killed by Indians, April 17, 1728. Child : 

JOHN 5 WOLCOTT, b. June 14, 1728, 
two months after his father was killed by 
Indians at the Connecticut River; m. Experi- 
ence — , of Brookfield, Mass. Children: 

TIMOTHY, b. Nov. 13, 1749; m. Dec. 10, 1772, Miriam 

Walker. 
EXPERIENCE, b. Sept. 15, 1751. 
SOLOMON, b. Sept. 10, 1753. See 2. 
JOSEPH, b. Sept. 13, 1755. 
SARAH, b. Sept. 25, 1761. 

JOHN, b. Aug. 13, 1766; m. 1788, Sally Cross. 
JOSHUA, b. Sept. 4, 1768. 
EUNICE, b. July 30, 1770; m. Oct. 28, 1789, Ezra Cross. 



— 2— 

SOLOMON 6 WOLCOTT (John 6 , John*, John*, John 2 , 
John 1 ) m. May 28, 1778, Lydia Bodwell, of Methuen, Mass. 
Children : 



JOHN, m. Annie Holmes. 

RUTH, m. Amos Downing. 

TIMOTHY, b. Dec. 23, 1778-9, in Brookfield, Mass. See 3. 

SOLOMON, m. Eunice — . 

WILLIAM, m. Lydia — . 

LYDIA, m. James Hackett. 



3— 



TIMOTHY 7 WOLCOTT (Solomon*, John 6 , John 4 , 

John*, John 2 , John 1 ) m. 1709, Jane Welcome, of Minot, 
Maine; d. April 10, \H5i, at Kennebunk. Children: 



380 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

i. CHARLES, b. 1800; m. Sarah Mason, of Kennebunk, Me. 

2. EDNA, b. 1802; m. Abram Lord, of Kennebunk, Me. 

3. ANN, b. 1804; m. Richard Osgood, of Kennebunk, Me. 

4. JANE WELCOME, b. 1806; d. unm, 1836, in Boston, Mass. 

5. STEPHEN WELCOME, b. 1808; m. Mary Jane — ; lived 

and d. in Neosho, Mo. 

6. TIMOTHY, b. 1815. See 4. 

7. JOHN WESLEY, b. July 31, 1819. See 5. 

8. CAROLINE ELIZABETH MORSE, b. 1823, in Portland, 

Me.; d. Sept. 15, 1881, in Dedham, Mass. 



—4— 

TIMOTHY 8 WOLCOTT (Timothy 1 , Solomon*, John 5 , 
John 4 , John 3 , John 2 , John 1 ) m. Dec. 2, 1841, Susan East- 
man, dau. of Henry and Esther Eastman, of North Conway, 
N. H. She was b. Sept. 2, 1823, and d. April 27, 1897. 
He d. April 19, 1882. Children: 

1. HENRIETTA L., b. Aug. 20, 1845; m. Jan. 2, 1870, 

Leonard W. Brock. He was b. Sept. 4, 1841, in Barnet, 
Vt, and d. Sept. 25, 1909. Children: 

I. Minnie Wolcott Brock, b. Feb. 22, 1871. 

II. Henry Eastman Brock, b. Nov. 22, 1873. 

III. Leonard W. Brock, b. Dec. 9, 1876. 

IV. George Wolcott Brock, b. Feb. 19, 1878. 

V. Maynor D. Brock, b. Feb. 12, 1880. 

VI. Timothy Wolcott Brock, b. April 22, 1882. 

2. GEORGE F., b. Nov. 7, 1849; m. Feb. 17, 1875, Lillian 

Priscilla Seavey, dau. of John V. and Maria (Shirley) 
Seavey. Resides at North Conway, N. H. 

3. CLARA E., b. Jan. 21, 1859; m. Jan., 1884, Joseph H. 

Pitman, M. D. He was b. July 30, 1851, and d. Jan. 11, 
1891, at North Conway, N. H. She d. Feb. 28, 1885. 
Child: 

Clara E. Pitman, b. Feb. 19, 1885. 



APPENDIX 381 

—5— 

JOHN WESLEY 8 WOLCOTT (Timothy 1 , Solomon 6 , 
John 5 , John 4 , John 3 , John 2 , John 1 ) m. June 11, 1845, 
Henrietta Louisa Tracy Eustis, of Boston, Mass.; d. June 
4, 1885, in Boston, Mass. Children: 

i. JOHN WESLEY, b. April 18, 1846; d. March 11, 1876. 

2. CHARLES WILLIAM, b. Oct. 20, 1848. See 6. 

3. HARRIET TRACY, b. Nov. 5, 1854, in Roxbury; m. 

April 30, 1885, Moses Gardner Boyd, of Dedham, Mass. 

4. GRACE, b. Feb. 15, 1858, in Roxbury, Mass. A physician 

at Boston. 

— 6— 

CHARLES WILLIAM 9 WOLCOTT (John Wesley*, 
Timothy 1 , Solomon 6 , John 5 , John 4 , John 3 , John 2 , John 1 ) 
m. Oct. 24, 1871, Harriet Thomas Comins, dau. of Thomas 
B. and Harriet (Hobart) Comins, of Roxbury, Mass. 
Children : 

1. LYMAN BEECHER, b. Aug. 12, 1872; d. Jan. 17, 1874. 

2. GRACE COMINS, b. Aug. 13, 1873; m. Francis W. Duryea. 

Resides at New York City. 

3. CHARLES PLUMER, b. Feb. 19, d. Sept. 8, 1875. 

4. JOHN WESLEY, b. Jan. 20, 1882. 

5. PAUL, b. Dec. 14, 1885. 



382 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

FAMILY V. 

— 1— 

JOSEPH WOLCOTT, m. Olive — . She d. Jan. 21, 
1848. He d. June 25, 1862. Children: 



WILLIAM, b. June 23, 1793; d. 
CHARLES, b. Nov. 11, 1796. See 2. 
LUCY, b. Dec. 24, 1798; d. Nov. 12, 1803. 
JOSEPH, b. June 10, 1801; d. Nov. 8, 1803. 
MILLIEN, b. Aug. 16, 1804; d. Aug. 3, 181 1. 
JOSEPH, b. March 3, 1807; d. Aug. 11, 181 1. 
JOSHUA R., b. July 8, 18 10; d. Jan. 10, i860. 



CHARLES WOLCOTT (Joseph) m. Dec. 2, 1817, 
Mercy Harris Ballou, dau. of Rev. David and Chloe (Tyler) 
Ballou, of Richmond, N. H.; d. Oct. 25, 1885, at Greenfield, 
Mass. Children : 

1. EMILY ROBINSON, b. Oct. 22, 1818; d. Mar. 7, 1841. 

2. ALANSON,) . , ,, a tQo ( d. Sept. 1, 1844. 

> twins, b. May 8, 182 1 < 

3. ALONZO, S ?See3. 

4. CHARLES TYLER, b. Feb. 10, 1833. See 4. 



— 3— 

ALONZO WOLCOTT (Charles, Joseph) m. Dec. 12, 
1850, Hannah Irene Davis, dau. of Ira and Polly Davis; 
d. Feb. 27, 1887, at Wilmington, Vt. Children: 

1. CHARLES IRA, b. July 13, 1853, at Readsboro, Vt.; m. 

Rose Maria Abbott, dau. of Lucius and Esther W. 
Abbott, of South Londonderry, Vt. Resides in New- 
York City. 

2. AGNES ELLA, b. June 9, 1857, at Wilmington, Vt.; m. 

Sept. 19, 1876, Frederick Billings Hubbard. 



APPENDIX 383 



CHARLES TYLER WOLCOTT (Charles, Joseph) 
m. (1st) Jan. 24, 1859, Joanna Lestina Ballou, dan. of 
David and Hannah (Holbrook) Ballou, of Monroe, Mass. 
She d. June 23, 1867. (2nd) Jan. 24, 1871, Phebe Ann 
Prouty, dau. of Forsdic and Sally Prouty, of Marlboro, Vt. 
Children : 

i. EMILY LESTINA, b. Feb. 15, 1863; d. Aug. 1, 1864. 

2. BERTHA MARIA, b. April 20, 1874, at Stockbridg"e, 

Mass.; m. June 25, 1910, Charles H. Slocomb. Resides 
at Northampton, Mass. 

3. CLAYTON PROUTY, b. Nov. 8, 1876, at Greenfield, Mass. 

Resides at Hanover, Pa. 

4. THEODORE BALLOU, b. Sept. 15, 1887, at Greenfield, 

Mass. 



FAMILY VI. 



— 1— 



ABEL WOLCOTT, b. about 1778, in Connecticut; m. 
— Howe. She was b. in Vermont, about 1777, and d. about 
1868, at Covington, N. Y. He d. 1822, in Ontario County, 
N. Y. Children: 



I. 


OLIVER, b. 1804. 


2. 


ORSON, b. 1806. 


3- 


ORRIN, b. 1809. 


4- 


LEVI BENNETT, b. May 16, 1813, in Ontario County, 




N. Y. See 2. 


5- 


ELEANOR. 


6. 


ROXY. 


7- 


JOHN. 


8. 


ABEL. 



384 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



LEVI BENNETT WOLCOTT (Abel) m. Nov. 9, 
1833, at Geneseo, N. Y., Sarah Turner, dau. of Edward and 
Anna Turner. She was b. Oct. 5, 1817, in Ontario County, 
N. Y., and d. July 2, 1891, at Minnesota Lake, Minn. He 
d. Dec. 29, 1895. Children, b. in New York State: 

i. LAURA A., b. April 23, 1835. 

2. ABNER COMSTOCK, b. Oct. 13, 1837. 

3. ALBERT TURNER, b. July 4, 1840. 

4. EDWARD LEVI, b. Nov. 9, 1842. 

5. LUCY JANE, b. June 10, 1845. 

6. HORACE AUGUSTUS, b. Dec. 22, 1849, at Moscow, 

N. Y. See 3. 

7. HANNAH ADELIA, b. Oct. 5, 1852. 

8. HARRIETT AMELIA, b. April 28, 1856. 



—3— 

HORACE AUGUSTUS WOLCOTT (Levi Bennett, 
Abel) m. Nov. 9, 1882, at Alexandria, Minn. Sarah 
Boothroyd, dau. of Richard and Eliza Boothroyd, of Alex- 
andria, Minn. Children: 



RUTH MAY, b. May 12, 1884. 

GUY HORACE, b. Nov. 4, 1885. 

CLARENCE M., b. Aug. 19, 1887. 

IRA EGBERT, b. Oct. 7, 1889. 

RUBY EDITH, b. Dec. 2, 1893. 

OLIVE GENEVIEVE, b. Nov. 26, 1895. 

MYRON LELAND, > . , , T . Q Q 

} twins, b. March 7, 1898. 

MARION FREELAND, ) 
BESSIE LELA, b. June 7, 1903. 



APPENDIX 385 

FAMILY VII. 

—1— 

JOHN WOLCOTT, b. Dec. 25, 1820, at Rochester, 
N. Y. ; m. Jan. 23, 1842, Lucena G. Blood, dau. of Aaron 
and Esther Blood, of Salem, Mich. He d. Oct. 19, 1903. 
Children : 

i. GEORGE B., b. Oct. 25, 1843, at Salem, Mich. 

2. PHILO G., b. Jan. 14, 1845, at Gaines Township, Mich. 

See 2. 

3. EMOGENE M., b. Oct. 5, 1848, at Gaines Township, Mich. 

4. ROWENA C., b. May, 185 1, at Gaines Township, Mich. 

5. ANDREW, b. April 1, 1853, at Gaines Township, Mich. 



— 2— 

PHILO G. WOLCOTT (John) m. Oct. 12, 1872, at 
Grand Rapids, Mich., Julia A. Eby, dau. of David B. and 
Christina Eby, of Berlin, Ont. He d. March 11, 1907. 
Children : 

1. EBY J., b. June 8, 1874, at Gaines Township, Mich. See 3. 

2. JESSIE M., b. Dec. 27, 1877, at Gaines Township, Mich. 



—3— 

EBY J. WOLCOTT (Philo G., John) m. March 3, 
1897, Grace D. Ryno, dau. of Melvin J. and Emma Ryno, 
of Gaines Township, Mich. Children: 

1. RUDOLPH, b. April 24, 1899. 

2. IRENE, b. Oct. 19, 1900. 

3. HAZEL, b. Nov. 22, 1908. 



386 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

FAMILY VIII. 

— 1— 

LUKE WOLCOTT, m. Polly Taylor. She d. at Stock- 
ton, N. Y. He d. Nov., 1864, at Stockton, N. Y. Children: 

i. CHARLES T., b. Sept. 2, 1800, at Edinburg, N. Y. See 2. 

2. BAILEY. 

3. POLLY. 

4. BETSEY A. 

5. LORINDA. 

6. ARDELIA. 

7. SALLIE. 

8. MARTILLAS F. 

9. CARLTON L. 

— 2— 

CHARLES T. WOLCOTT (Luke) m. Oct. 26, 1826, 
Rebecca Ensign, dau. of Otis Ensign, Chautauqua County, 
N. Y. She was b. July 1, 1801, at Charleston, N. Y. ; d. at 
Gerry, N. Y. He d. June 27, 1891, at Gerry, N. Y. 
Children : 

1. JANE, b. Nov. 15, 1827, at Pine Grove, Pa. 

2. THEODORE E., b. Dec. 23, 1829, at Pine Grove, Pa. 

3. OTIS C, b. March 7, 1832, at Carroll, N. Y. 

4. W. RANSOM, b. Oct. 11, 1835, at Poland Center, N. Y. 

See 3. 

— 3— 

W. RANSOM WOLCOTT (Charles T., Luke) m. Dec. 
26, 1860, at Jamestown, N. Y., Sarah S. Emery, dau. of 
Noah and Irene Emery, of Kennedy, N. Y. Children: 

1. MILTON R, b. July 20, 1862. 

2. LORANI, b. Aug. 17, 1865. 

3. MYRON E., 1 , T . 

4. MORGAN E J twins, b. July 27,1871. , 

5. MEAD D., b. Oct. 10, 1873. 



APPENDIX 387 

FAMILY IX. 

— 1— 

SAMUEL P. WOLCOTT, d. July 10, 1905, at Soldiers' 
Home, Minneapolis, Minn.; m. Children: 

ORMUS PARMELEE. See 2. 



HENRY. 

HELEN. 

EDWARD. 

HARRIETT. 

MARK. 

HERMAN. 



2— 



ORMUS PARMELEE WOLCOTT (Samuel P.) m. 
at Perry, N. Y., Frances F. Wing. Children: 

1. BERT HENRY, b. Jan. 5, 1871, at Erie, Pa. See 3. 

2. HARRIETT JANE, b. Dec. 15, 1872, at West Union, 

Minn.; m. April 5, 1904, Lew Vessey, of Sauk Center, 
Minn. 

3. ALIDA HELEN, b. Sept. 3, 1875, at Buffalo, N. Y.; m. 

Aug. 4, 1895, James Dempsey, of Buffalo, N. Y. 

4. MARY ELIZABETH, b. May 12, 1878, at Buffalo, N. Y.; 

m. June 29, 1899, George B. Newcombe, of Bismarck, 
N. Dak. 

5. GERTRUDE ESTELLE, b. Nov. 21, 1884, at Buffalo, 

N. Y. ; m. May 24, 1904, Ernest Riley, of Sauk Center, 
Minn. 

— 3— 

BERT HENRY WOLCOTT (Ormus Parmelee, 
Samuel P.) m. Aug. 24, 1893, at Buffalo, N. Y., Ida May 
Wishing. Children : 

1. CARLTON O., b. July 10, 1894. 

2. ALICE E., b. January 3, 1896. 

3. MARION L., b. June 28, 1906. 



388 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

FAMILY X. 

— 1— 

SOLOMON WOLCOTT, b. June 29, 1767; m. May, 
1804, Polly — . Children: 

i. SYLVESTER, b. June 7, 1805, at New Haven, Conn. See 2. 



VERNERA S. 
PATTY L. 
SOLOMON A. 
MORRIS. 
LEWIS. 
JOHN. 
BETSEY. 
EMERSON S. 



—2— 

SYLVESTER WOLCOTT (Solomon) m. (1st) April 
19, 1832, at Chesterfield, Mass., Pamelia Ewell, of North- 
ampton, Mass.; (2nd) Sarah B. Hall, of Brimfield, Ohio. 
He d. April 30, 1888. Children: 

1. HENRY A., b. at Northampton, Mass. 

2. FREDERICK C, b. June 5, 1835, at Northampton, Mass. 

See 3. 

3. HIRAM S., b. at Brimfield, Ohio. 

4. CHARLES EMERSON. 

5. FRANCES A. 

6. EDWIN W. 

7. ROSE. 

— 3— 

FREDERICK C. WOLCOTT (Sylvester, Solomon) 
m. May 3, 1860, Elizabeth A. Harris, of Newton Falls, 
Ohio. Children : 

1. MARION L., b. at St. Joseph, Mich. 

2. FREDERICA ]., b. at Oak Park, 111. 



APPENDIX 389 

FAMILY XL 

— 1— 

SOLOMON WOLCOTT, m. Clarenda Baldwin. She 
d. Nov. 24, 1869. He d. July 25, 1873, at Sherman, N. Y., 
aged 75 years. Children: 

i. CALDER, b. Dec. 6, 1826. See 2. 

2. MERRITT OSMOND, b. Feb. 28, 1832. See 3. 

— 2— 

CALDER WOLCOTT (Solomon) m. Eliza Skinner; 
d. Feb. 21, 1881. Children: 

1. CALDER. 

2. MARY, m. Henry Card. 



— 3— 

MERRITT OSMOND WOLCOTT (Solomon) m. 
April 5, 1855, Margaretta K. Dewey. She was b. Sept. 6, 
1834, and d. Dec. 1, 1903. He served in the Civil War. 
D. May 9, 1906, at Malta, Montana. Children: 

1. LUELLA CALISTA, b. Jan. 10, 1856, at Sherman, N. Y.; 
m. Jan. 21, 1875, Adelbert L. Anderson. Children: 

I. Herman Albert Anderson, b. March 25, 1878, at Chautau- 
qua, N. Y. ; m. June 29, 1904, Pearl Knight, dau. of Henry 
Knight. Resides at Silver Creek, N. Y. 

Their son, Rollin Knight Anderson, b. Aug. 11, 1906, at 
Silver Creek, N. Y. 

II. Floyd Ray Anderson, b. Feb. 4, 1884, at Sherman, N. Y. ; 
m. Feb. 1, 1906, Ella LeRoy, of Jamestown, N. Y. 

III. Fay Merritt Anderson, b. March 18, 1890, at Westfield, 
N. Y. ; m. April 17, 1911, Janet Jacova, of Jackson, Mich. 



390 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

2. LESTER, b. Sept. 4, i860; m. Dec, 1893, Ida Hopkins. 

3. JULIANNA, b. Feb. 14, 1865; m. Aug. 10, 1883, Roscoe 

V. Tucker. 

4. CARRIE, b. June 12, 1867, at Sherman, N. Y.; m. Feb., 

1889, M. Gifford. 

5. DEWEY, b. Jan. 3, 1872; m. Fannie S. Dewey. 

6. CHAUNCEY, b. May 19, 1878; m. April 19, 1899, Villa 

Graham. 



FAMILY XII. 



ALLEN WOLCOTT, b. March 2, 1793; m. Martha 
Chapin, dau. of George and Martha Day Chapin, of 
Chicopee, Mass. She was b. Nov. 18, 1792, at Chicopee, 
Mass., and d. Nov. 30, 1866, at Holyoke, Mass. He d. Feb. 
18, 1864, at Holyoke, Mass. Children, b. at Holyoke, Mass.: 



NOAH, b. April 27, 1813. See 2. 
SILAS, b. Sept. 5, 1815. 
GEORGE, b. Jan. 25, 1818. 
MARY E., b. Nov. 29, 182 1. 
JAMES M., b. Jan. 8, 1824. 
LEVERETT J., b. May 4, 1829. 



—2 



NOAH WOLCOTT (Allen) m. Lucy A. Elsey; d. June 
6, 1889. Child: 

1. JOSEPH N., b. May 9, 1868, at Holyoke, Mass. 



APPENDIX 391 

FAMILY XIII. 

— 1— 

ELIJAH WOLCOTT, b. July 20, 1771, at Pownal, 
Vt. ; m. Betsey Bryant. She was b. Jan. 16, 1788, at Wash- 
ington, Conn., and d. Jan. 20, 1821, at Colchester, Vt. He 
d. Dec. 10, 1837. Children: 



i 



DANIEL, b. Dec. 17, 1793. 



GEORGE, b. July 17, 1795. 
DORCAS, b. Oct. 15, 1797. 
POLLY, b. Nov. 2, 1799. 
ELIJAH, b. 1802. 
DESIRE, b. 1803. 
ANNIS, b. 1805. 
SALLY, b. Nov. 5, 1807. 
DANIEL, b. April 1, 1809. 

10. ELECTA, b. July 13, 1816. 

11. HASKELL M., b. June 1, 1818. 

12. MERRILL C, b. Feb. 16, 1820, at Colchester, Vt. See 2. 



— 2— 

MERRILL C. WOLCOTT (Elijah) m. 1841, at Shel- 
burn, Vt., Laura A. Hodges, dau. of Horatio and Abigail 
Stanton Hodges, of Richmond, Vt. She was b. Jan. 14, 
1821, at Richmond, Vt., and d. Sept. 27, 1883, at Colchester, 
Vt. He d. Aug. 8, 1862. Children: 



GEORGE, b. Jan. 22, 1844. 

LOUISE, b. Jan. 26, 1845. 

ELIJAH, b. Feb. 20, 1848. 

HENRY, b. Jan. 6, 1853. 

FREDERICK MELVIN, 1). Aug. 29, 1855. 

STANTON, b. May 23, 1858. 



392 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

FAMILY XIV. 

—1— 

JAMES HARGRAVES WOLCOTT, b. Aug. 12, 
1823, in Indiana; m. Sept. 22, 1846, at Clifton, Ohio, Eliza 
Jane Phillips, dau. of John and Nancy (Shaw) Phillips. 
She was b. Dec. 18, 1826, and d. May 19, 1890. He d. May 
14, 1904. Children: 

i. ALEXANDER KNOX, b. Oct. 22, 1847. See 2. 

2. LILLIE ANN, b. April 22, 1849. 

3. FRANK LUMAN, b. Nov. 22, 1852; d. Jan. 24, 1870. 



— 2— 

ALEXANDER KNOX WOLCOTT (James Har- 
graves) m. Dec. 10, 1874, Eliza Jane Scott, dau. of Francis 
Robert and Sarah B. Scott. She was b. Dec. 11, 1853. He 
d. 1817, at McLeansboro, 111. Child: 

1. FRANK LUMAN, b. Oct. 9, 1875, at McLeansboro, 111. 



FAMILY XV. 



— 1 



JEROME WALTON WOLCOTT, m. Mary Catherine 
Hanson, dau. of Barney N. and Elizabeth Fonda Hanson, 
of Theresa, N. Y. She d. March, 1901. He d. March 3, 
1895. Children: 

1. FRED RYTHER, b. Jan. 3, 1862, at Theresa, N. Y. See 2. 

2. GAIETY, b. 1864; d. 1865. 

3. ELOUISE, b. 1868; m. F. B. Mount, of Watertown, N. Y. 



APPENDIX 393 

—2— 

FRED RYTHER WOLCOTT (Jerome Walton) m. 
March 3, 1896, Harriet Marie Furman. Children: 

i. LULU GERTRUDE, b. Dec. 31, 1897, at Gananoque, Ont. 
2. LEO FREDERICK, b. Dec. 9, 1899, at Gananoque, Ont. 



FAMILY XVI. 



— 1— 



SAMUEL WOLCOTT, lived at Wallingford, Conn.; 
m. Sarah Hull. Both d. at Lexington, N. Y. Children: 



1 



JOHN. 



2. JOEL. 

3. RANSOM. 

4. REUBEN I., b. March 24, 1800. See 2. 

5. AARON. 

6. SAMUEL. 

7. ELECTA, m. — Distin. 

8. LOIS, m. — Hitchcock. 

9. LAVINA, m. — Hummiston. 

10. ANN, m. — Winters. 

11. MALINDA, m. — Ormsby. 



REUBEN I. WOLCOTT (Samuel) m. (2nd) Dec. 24, 
1843, at Ruggles, Ohio, Anna Hinman. She d. June 14, 
1905, at Ruggles, Ohio. He d. April 9, 180.3, at Ruggles, 
Ohio. Children: 



394 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

i. CAROLINE. 

2. GEORGE. 

3. REUBEN. 

4. SETH. 

5. STATA. 

6. JOEL. 

7. ANNA. 

8. MINERVA. 

9. RANSOM. 

10. BUEL. 

11. LORENA, b. Oct. 1, 1844, at Ruggles, Ohio; m. July 23, 

1864, at Ruggles, Ohio, — Johnson. Resides at St. Johns, 
Mich. Children: 

I. Mary Alice Johnson, b. April 30, 1866. 

II. Milton Buel Johnson, b. April 10, 1872. 

III. Glenora Pearl Johnson, b. July 31, 1882. 

12. MILES LAFAYETTE. 

13. FRANKLIN. 

14. CYRUS EUGENE. 

15. ALICE. 

16. MILES EUGENE. 

17. ADA. 

FAMILY XVII. 

— 1— 

SAMUEL WOLCOTT, went to Tinton Falls, Mon- 
mouth County, N. J., about 1681, and d. in 1688 or 1689. 

His son, NATHANIEL WOLCOTT, d. 1693 or 1694. 

His son, PETER WOLCOTT. 

His son, HENRY WOLCOTT, b. 1690; d. 1750. 

His son, BENJAMIN WOLCOTT, b. 1724; m. 
Clementine Cook; d. 1790. 

Their son, BENJAMIN WOLCOTT, b. 1758; 
m. Anna Lewis; d. 1823 or 1825. 



APPENDIX 395 

Their son, BENJAMIN WOLCOTT, b. 
Sept. 10, 1789; m. Phebe Jeffrey; d. Aug. 
14, 1858. 

Their son, EDMOND WOLCOTT, b. 
May 4, 1816, at Eatontown, N. J.; m. 
May 27, 1840, Sarah Ann Dangler, dau. 
of Sara and John Dangler, of Wayside, 
N. J. She was b. August 14, 1820, at 
Wayside, N. J., and d. Jan. 24, 1902, at 
Eatontown, N. J. He d. March 24, 1890, 
at Eatontown, N. J. Children: 

1. PHEBE ANN, b. July 11, 1841. 

2. BLOOMFIELD D., b. Aug. 17, 1843. 

3. WILLIAM HENRY, b. Feb. 15, 1846. See 2. 

4. EDNA W., b. April 10, 1848. 

5. SARA ELIZA, b. Feb. 10, 1851. 

6. MARY E., b. June 3, 1853. 

7. HANNAH M., b. Nov. 20, 1885. 

8. EDMOND A., b. April 3, 1857. 

9. ANNA L., b. Sept. 14, 1859. 

10. CAROLINE L., b. April 30, 1864. 



—2— 

WILLIAM HENRY WOLCOTT (Edmond, 
Benjamin,, Benjamin, Benjamin, Henry, Peter, Nathaniel, 
Samuel) m. May 17, 1876, at Philadelphia, Pa., Martha 
Maria Higginson, dau. of Charles Wood and Mary Annie 
Higginson, of England. She was b. May, 1853, at Shrop- 
shire, Eng. Children: 

1. EDITH MAUDE, b. March 20, 1877, at Eatontown, N. J. 

2. WILFRED BONSIEUR, b. March 11. [88o, at Eaton- 

town, N. J. An attorney at law at Camden, N. J. 



396 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

FAMILY XVIII. 

— 1— 

SETH TAYLOR WOLCOTT, b. Jan. 24, 1812; m. 
1847, at Oberlin, Ohio, Mary Jane Cheney. She was b. May 
2, 1815, at Bristol, N. H., and d. July 10, 1905, at Rich- 
mond, Jamaica, W. I. He d. Dec. 23, 1873. Child: 

i. HENRY BERDIN, b. June 12, 1848, at St. Mary, Jamaica, 
W. I. See 2. 

— 2— 

HENRY BERDIN WOLCOTT (Seih Taylor) m. 
Dec. 16, 1876, at Kingston, Jamaica, Sarah Boardman 
Paddock, dau. of Nathan and Mary Paddock, of Baraboo, 
Wis. Children : 

1. MARY ADELLA, b. Nov. 13, 1879, at St. Mary, Jamaica. 

2. ANNA LAVINIA, b. Oct. 15, 1884, at St. Mary, Jamaica; 

m. June 30, 1912, at Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, 
John Bancroft D'Aeth. 



FAMILY XIX. 

JOHN WOLCOTT, m. Johanna Cornell; d. at Beverly, 
Can. Children, b. at Beverly, Ont., Can.: 

1. JOHN. 



SARAH. 

HANNAH. 

CLARA. 

ELIZA. 

WILLIAM B., b. April 25, 1821; m. April 23, 1849, Esther 
Embury, dau. of John and Ann (Langford) Embury, of 
England. She was b. Oct. 16, 1825, at Oxfordshire, Eng., 
and d. June 24, 1895, at Penfield, N. Y. He served in the 
Civil War; d. April 30, 1886, at Penfield, N. Y. Children: 



APPENDIX 397 

I. Arrethea Ann, b. Sept. 29, 1852, at Beverly, Can. ; m. June 
14, 1870, Robert Reddick. Resides at Brighton, N. Y. Children : 

i. Maggie Rebecca Embury Reddick, b. March 12, 1876. 

ii. Arrethea Esther Wolcott Reddick, > twins, 

iii. William Busby Wolcott Reddick, i b. June 20, 1878. 

II. Amelia, b. at Mt. Forest, Can.; d. June 18, 1904, at 
Chicago, 111. 

III. Eliza, d. April 13, 1884, at Penfield, N. Y. 



FAMILY XX. 

MARY WOLCOTT, b. 1781, in Berkshire County, 
Mass.; m. Jan. 26, 1803, Jesse Turner. He was b. April 11, 
1782. Children, b. at Windsor, Mass.: 

i. DAVID TURNER, b. April 5, 1805; m. Rachel Frey, dau. 
of John Frey, of Linesville, Pa. Children: 

I. Anna Turner. 

II. Julia Turner. 

III. Oliver Turner. 

IV. Hannah Turner. 

V. John Turner, b. Dec. 12, 1842, at Espyville, Pa. ; m. 
Dec. 1, 1864, Elmina Walrath, dau. of Abraham and Elizabeth 
Walrath, of Conneautville, Pa. Children : 

i. Mary Turner, b. July 6, 1866. 

ii. Sadie Turner, b. March 22, 1874; m. March 5, 1892, 
Arnold Romanta Bonnell, son of Alonzo and Mary Bonnell, 
of Kingsville, O. Resides at Conneaut, O. 

VI. Angeline Turner. 

VII. William Turner. 

2. MIRANDA TURNER, b. Sept. 15, 1807. 

3. CALVIN TURNER. 

4. SUSAN TURNER. 

5. SOLOMAN TURNER. 



398 WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 

FAMILY XXI. 

JOHN WOLCOTT, m. Rhoda Brainard. 

Their son, AARON D. WOLCOTT, b. Dec. 9, 1834, at 
Eldred, Pa.; m. July 2, 1853, Lucretia, dau. of Anthony 
and Harriet Jones, of Shinglehouse, Pa. 

Their son, CHARLES ARTHUR WOLCOTT, b. 
May 19, 1861, at Shinglehouse, Pa.; m. Dec. 25, 1882, 
Hattie Belle, dau. of Wyley J. and Margaret (Blood) 
Humphrey, of East Sharon, Pa. Resides at Shingle- 
house, Pa. 

Their dau., RUTH MARGARET WOLCOTT, b. 
July 12, 1886, at Shinglehouse, Pa. 

FAMILY XXII. 

OLIVER CROMWELL WOLCOTT, b. June 26, 
1833, in Michigan; m. 1858, Irene Maria Loomis, of 
Nebraska. She was b. Jan. 13, 1841, at Marshall, Mich. 
Children : 

1. ORSON OLIVER, b. Aug. 11, 1859, at Nebraska City, 

Neb.; m. April 13, 1902, Minnie March Corin. Resides at 
Spokane, Wash. 

2. BRADLEY ISRAEL, b. April 5, 1861. 

3. ELLA GERTRUDE, b. Dec. 8, 1862; d. 

4. KATE, b. May 7, 1865; d. 

5. ALGERNON, b. Jan. 9, 1871; d. 

6. IRENE ROSALIN, b. June 9, 1875; d. 

FAMILY XXIII. 

JOHN J. WOLCOTT, m. Amelia Jane Taylor, dau. of 
Levi and Catherine (Ash) Taylor, of Baltimore, Md. Child: 

1. L. BRUCE WOLCOTT, b. Feb. 21, 1847; m. Feb. 21, 
1889, Mary Hughes Kearney, dau. of Edward and Rose 
(Hughes) Kearney, of Baltimore, Md. , Resides at Balti- 
more, Md. 



APPENDIX 399 

FAMILY XXIV. 

EMERSON WOLCOTT, m, , of Derby, Vt. 

His son, SEWELL ADAMS WOLCOTT, m. Mary Ann 

Wolcott. 

His son, JOHN EMERSON WOLCOTT, b. Sept. 9, 
1858, at Oshkosh, Wis.; m. Aug. 9, 1901, Izora F. 
McKinney, dau. of Samuel and Alice McKinney, of 
Fredonia, Kan. Resides at Muskogee, Okla. 



INDEXES 



INDEX I 



Given Names of Members of the Family born Wolcotts. 
[The figures in this Index refer to the number in the family record.] 



Aaron Case, 1548. 

Aaron M., 1463. 

Abby Howland, 1007. 

Abiah, 31, 84. 

Abiathar, 506, 1052. 

Abiathar Robbins, 1062, 1836. 

Abiel, 197. 

Abigail, 48, 108, 117, 162, 186, 193, 

195, 250, 295, 406, 450, 508, 523, 

595, 1073, 1082, 1601. 
Abigail Amanda, 991. 
Abigail Laurilla, 1066. 
Abigail Maria, 1147. 
Abigail Marsh, 296. 
Abner, 402, 901. 
Abraham, 371. 
Ada, 2639. 
Ada Albina, 1416. 
Ada Jane, 2581. 
Ada May, 2661. 
Adaline Howe, 1390. 
Addie, 2172, 2396. 
Addison, 1233. 
Addison Benton, 2076. 
Addison Ladd, 1261. 
Adelia, 2167, 2624. 
Adeline Olivia, 1281. 
Adelia M., 2406. 
Alanson, 604, 674, 1319. 
Alanson H., 1423. 
Albert, 230, 470, 749. 
Alberta, 2421. 
Albert Gallatin, 1234. 
Albert G., 2059. 
Albert Morton, 2038. 
Albert S., 1419. 
Albert Wallace, 1882. 
Alcena, 531. 
Alden, 380. 



Alden Ellsworth, 2297. 

Alden E., 1634. 

Alexander, 91, 93, 212, 221, 427, 448, 

940, 950, 951, 960, 970. 
Alexander Field, 742. 
Alexander Simon, 943. 
Alfred, 416, 924, 932, 1111, 1120, 1705. 
Alfred Austin, 1907. 
Alfred Hyslop, 1810. 
Alfred Jerome, 1710. 
Alfred Newton, 1692. 
Alfred Perry, 1740. 
Alice, 1008, 2401, 2704. 
Alice Algenia, 1982. 
Alice Amelia, 1979. 
Alice Augusta, 1988. 
Alice A., 1538. 
Alice Elizabeth, 2025. 
Alice E., 2264, 2472, 2547. 
Alice Jeanie, 2652. 
Alice Louisa, 2426. 
Alice Louise, 2417. 
Alice Mary, 2500. 
Alice May, 2291. 
Alice Rebecca, 2707. 
Alice Sarah, 1775. 
Alida Belle, 2093. 
Allen Augustus, 2446. 
Allen Dwight, 1971. 
Allyn Ellsworth, 460. 
Almira, 456, 467, 701, 727, 1172, 1276, 

1450. 
Almon, 1278. 
Alonzo, 1467. 
Alonzo Walter, 2439. 
Alonzo Weeks, 2452. 
Alva Arista, 2326. 
Alvah, 711. 
Alvin Perkins, 2459. 
Alzina Miriam, 1528. 
Amanda, 457, 845, 1398. 



404 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



[The figures in this Index refer to the number in the family record.] 



Amanda Fitzlane, 826. 

Ambrose, 854. 

Ambrose Butler, 1999. 

Amelia, 209, 408, 409, 907, 996, 1152, 

1323, 2462. 
Amelia Ann, 1431. 
Amelia Cora, 1541. 
Amelia Lois, 1635. 
Amoret Nancy, 2118. 
Amos Prentice, 721. 
Amri Wyatt, 1051. 
Amy, 182. 

Amy Rebecca, 2087. 
Andrew Augustus, 1697, 1699. 
Andrew Walter, 2198. 
Angeline, 868, 1130, 1287. 
Angeline Josephine, 1938. 
Ann, 64, 240, 583. 
Ann Eliza, 1779. 
Ann Louisa, 990. 

Anna, 2, 147, 148, 150, 455, 783, 830. 
Anna Amelia, 1257. 
Anna Augusta, 1704. 
Anna Eliza, 2068. 
Anna Elizabeth, 2080. 
Anna Laura, 2108. 
Anna Lorena, 2205. 
Anna Louisa, 1644. 
Anna Maria, 1435, 1755. 
Annabelle Luthera, 1806. 
Anne, 107. 
Anne Shirley, 2696. 
Annette Rankin, 1012. 
Anson, 914, 1680, 1688. 
Anson Franklin, 1672. 
Anson Spencer, 1666. 
Antoinette, 1957, 2244. 
Archibald Smith, 1339. 
Aretia, 2134. 
Arietta, 1181. 
Arlene Parmelee, 2648. 
Armena, 710. 
Arminta Bell, 2478. 
Arodi, 229. 
Arodi Pitkin, 466. 
Artemus Russell, 2066. 
Arthur, 881, 1598. 
Arthur Homer, 1762, 1771. 



Arthur Kendall, 2524. 
Arthur L., 2402. 
Arthur Smith, 1876. 
Arthur Wellesley, 1589. 
Arvilla, 2232, 2248. 
Asa, 812, 2274. 
Asineath Esther, 1669. 
Augusta Maria, 634. 
Augustus, 378, 635. 
Augustus Fairfield, 598. 
Augustus Stowe, 676. 
Austin Erastus, 2096. 
Austin L., 2210. 
Austin R., 1124. 
Austin Warner, 1868. 

B 

Basil R., 2468. 

Beatrice Franc, 2374. 

Belden, 314, 695, 1437. 

Benjamin, 40, 115, 160, 239, 324, 339, 

498. 
Benjamin Augustus, 2031. 
Benjamin Charles, 2270. 
Benjamin Harrison, 2187. 
Benjamin Root, 1509. 
Benjamin S., 1328. 
Berenice E., 2476. 
Berine, 2405. 
Bert Sherburn, 2130. 
Bertha, 2407. 
Bertha Belknap, 1649. 
Bertha Elizabeth, 1523. 
Bertha Elmira, 2440. 
Bertha E, 2191, 2377. 
Betsey, 799. 
Beulah Ann, 1684. 
Beulah Louise, 2315. 
Bianca, 2235. 
Brooks, 2206. 
Bryan Treat, 1732. 
Burdette Lee, 2716. 
Burton, 1596. 
Burtt Joseph, 2510. 
Butler Samuel, 1189. 
Byron, 1891. 
Byron Augustus, 1409. 
Byron S., 1935. 



GIVEN NAMES OF WOLCOTTS 



405 



[The figures in this Index refer to the number in the family record.] 



Caleb, 66, 127, 140, 614, 867. 

Calvin A., 2027. 

Candace, 737. 

Carl William, 2129. 

Caroline, 493, 569, 847, 853, 1039, 

1137, 1236, 1476, 1555, 1627, 2457. 
Caroline Andrews, 1719. 
Caroline Matilda, 957. 
Caroline Rebecca, 1246. 
Caroline Rogenia, 2615. 
Caroline Rommel, 2409. 
Caroline Starr, 962. 
Caroline Webster, 2047. 
Carrie, 1610, 1776, 2702. 
Carrie Bertha, 1941. 
Carrie Ellen, 2127. 
Carrie Estella, 2149. 
Carrie Frances, 2122. 
Carroll Phelps, 1794. 
Cassius Columbus, 1414. 
Catharine, 347, 376, 432, 560, 839. 
Catharine Celestia, 1251. 
Catharine Diminis, 1757. 
Catharine Elizabeth, 1995. 
Catharine Gale, 1315. 
Catharine Jane, 1588. 
Catharine O., 1333. 
Catherine, 2189. 
Catherine Almira, 2103. 
Celestia, 611, 617. 
Celia Ann, 1215. 
Celia Helen, 2105. 
Chandler, 2614. 
Charles, 38, 114, 278, 620, 741, 1019, 

1114, 1149, 1200, 1345, 1609, 2159, 

2714. 
Charles Albert, 2061, 2075. 
Charles Alfred, 2637. 
Charles Anthony, 1929. 
Charles Augustus, 1317. 
Charles Belden, 1434. 
Charles B., 1893. 
Charles Carberry, 1864. 
Charles Clements, 2513. 
Charles C, 1915. 
Charles Darwin, 1683. 



Charles Douglas, 1214. 

Charles Durward, 2482. 

Charles D„ 1936. 

Charles Edgar, 2322. 

Charles Edward, 1492, 2520. 

Charles E., 2146, 2669. 

Charles E. S., 2078. 

Charles Franklin, 1791. 

Charles Frederick, 2019, 2376. 

Charles Finney, 1260. 

Charles Freeman, 2065. 

Charles Fremont, 1393. 

Charles Hammond, 1362. 

Charles Henry, 1838, 1840, 2109, 

2684. 
Charles Homer, 2222. 
Charles Howard, 1300. 
Charles James, 2617. 
Charles J., 1933. 
Charles Marion, 2289. 
Charles Merchant, 1005. 
Charles Moseley, 488, 1750. 
Charles Norman, 1342. 
Charles Phelps, 1759. 
Charles Spencer, 2303. 
Charles S., 2179. 
Charles Theron, 2310. 
Charles Walter, 2559. 
Charles Webster, 1970. 
Charles Wesley, 1858. 
Charles Willard, 1960. 
Charles William, 2582. 
Charlotte, 431, 570, 647, 1088. 
Charlotte Amanda, 973. 
Charlotte Augusta, 1647. 
Charlotte Bosworth, 670. 
Charlotte E., 1816. 
Charlotte Jane, 2541. 
Chauncey, 1171, 1187, 1211. 
Chauncey Appleton, 557. 
Chauncey Franklin, 2029. 
Chauncey Goodrich, 489. 
Chauncey M., 1552. 
Chauncey Smith, 1681. 
Chauncey Willard, 1997. 
Chester, 496, 516, 1084, 1143. 
Chester Clinton, 2044. 
Chester Goodrich, 579. 



406 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



[The figures in this Index refer to the number in the family record.] 



Chester Jefferson, 613, 1532. 

Chester Lucas, 1212. 

Chester William, 2430. 

Chloe, 183, 246, 462, 771. 

Christena Isabelle, 2324. 

Christina, 840, 1687. 

Christopher, 5, 25, 75, 166, 219. 

Christopher Columbus, 442, 1712. 

Christopher Parsons, 952, 2341. 

Christopher Stanton, 2337. 

Clara Ellen, 1921. 

Clara Gertrude, 1645, 2067. 

Clara J., 1946. 

Clara Louise, 2650. 

Clara Odell, 2613. 

Clara Pierce, 1733. 

Clarence Edmund, 2470. 

Clarence Edwin, 2495. 

Clarence Eugene, 2384. 

Clarence Hamner, 2015. 

Clarence Horatio, 2005. 

Clarence K., 2151. 

Clarence M., 2228. 

Clarinda Matilda, 936. 

Clarissa, 499, 528, 535, 763, 769, 1133. 

Clarissa Endicott, 2356. 

Clark Preston, 2239. 

Claude Leon Van Buren, 2347. 

Claudius, 179. 

Claudius Alonzo, 2381. 

Clayton, 1373. 

Clayton A., 1534. 

Clayton Clay, 1533. 

Cleophile Evelyn, 2481. 

Clifford D., 2469. 

Clitus, 1092. 

Clyde Dale, 2132. 

Clyde Rowland, 2493. 

Cora, 1365. 

Cora A., 2208. 

Cora Belle, 2463. 

Cora Louisa, 1777. 

Cora May, 2225. 

Cordelia Eliza, 1408. 

Cordelia Leland, 1654. 

Cornelia, 1536. 

Cornelia Almira, 2095. 

Cornelia Ann, 1370. 



Cornelia Frothingham, 1747. 
Cornelia G., 1820. 
Cornelius, 374, 404, 903, 1535. 
Corwin, 1403. 
Corydon Henry, 2423. 
Credia Annis, 1738. 
Cynthia, 471, 628. 
Cynthia Louisa, 1711. 
Cynthia Newbury, 1030. 
Cynthia Olive, 1950. 
Cyrus Harvey, 2293. 

D 

Dallas, 1466. 

Dan, 1286. 

Daniel, 555, 1321. 

Daniel Huntington, 876. 

Daniel Morgan, 1206. 

Daniel M., 2050. 

Daniel Russell, 561. 

Daniel Willard, 2034. 

Daniel Winthrop, 2519. 

Darius, 683, 926. 

Darius Young, 1700. 

Darwin Bushnell, 2117. 

Darwin Stanton, 1714, 2339. 

David, 69, 143, 280, 283, 318, 605, 

702, 822, 1154, 1455, 1547. 
David Clinton, 1577. 
David K, 1448. 
David Ferdinand, 644. 
Deborah, 63. 
De Forest, 649. 
Delinda, 1385. 
Delmer Clark, 2077. 
Delos, 1709. 
Dennis, 1451. 
Desire, 151, 1083, 1090. 
Dexey, 803. 
Doll A., 2444. 
Dolphus Skinner, 1924. 
Donald Bruce, 2677. 
Donna J., 2445. 
Dora, 1473, 1630, 1962. 
Dorcas, 321, 334. 
Doris, 2226. 
Doris M., 2671. , 
Dorothy Angeline, 2688. 



GIVEN NAMES OF WOLCOTTS 



407 



[The figures in this Index refer to the number in the family record.] 



Dorothy Chapin, 2555. 
Dorr M., 1821. 
Dottie Marie, 2566. 
Douglas Dousman, 1591. 
Duncan Brewster, 2332, 2647. 
Dwight, 1606. 
Dwight Oliver, 2431. 

E 

Earl D, 2055. 

Eaton Merrill, 1313. 

Eben Gould, 2318. 

Eben Henry, 2313. 

Ebenezer, 1843. 

Ebenezer Gould, 1677, 2311. 

Eda Fanny, 2155. 

Edd Ellsworth, 2150. 

Edgar Moorman, 2629. 

Edify, 616. 

Edith, 1964, 2135, 2606. 

Edith Abigail, 1600. 

Edith Brace, 2361. 

Edith Dwight, 1651. 

Edith Elizabeth, 2448. 

Edith May, 2687. 

Edith Prescott, 2358. 

Editha, 922. 

Edmond C, 2054. 

Edmund Butler, 2011. 

Edmund Franklin, 1259. 

Edmund Hayden, 2498. 

Edmund Pinkney, 567. 

Edmund Randolph, 1782. 

Edmund Waterhouse, 1192. 

Edna Mabel, 2691. 

Edna Maud, 2708. 

Edna Viola, 2471. 

Edson B., 1888. 

Edward, 308, 463, 747, 963, 1186, 

1790, 1989. 
Edward Chester, 1227. 
Edward Coe, 2017. 
Edward Collins, 1900. 
Edward Corning, 2060. 
Edward Cowles, 686. 
Edward Ensign, 2378. 
Edward F., 1926. 



Edward Isaiah, 2686. 

Edward Josiah, 1426. 

Edward Kitchen, 262, 596. 

Edward Nelson, 2387. 

Edward Oliver, 1639, 2302, 2654. 

Edward Samuel, 1802. 

Edward Sholto, 2436. 

Edward Sidney, 1872. 

Edward Taylor, 2190. 

Edward Tyler, 2028. 

Edward W., 2194. 

Edwin, 775, 1401, 1499. 

Edwin Bissell, 1490. 

Edwin Chandelor, 2089. 

Edwin Conklin, 1506. 

Edwin Dwight, 1525. 

Edwin Elmer, 2427. 

Edwin Henry, 2256. 

Edwin Jones, 638. 

Edwin Miller, 2589. 

Edwin Nelson, 1861. 

Edwin O., 1325. 

Edwin Pierce, 2414. 

Edwin Stanton, 2100. 

Edwin Wilder, 2020. 

Effie Louise, 2578. 

Elbert Henry, 2392. 

Eleanor, 345, 359, 458, 494, 497, 976. 

Eleanor Lucinda, 1880. 

Eleazur, 753, 2276. 

Electa, 1061. 

Elias, 306, 703. 

Elias Howe, 673. 

Elihu, 385, 1652. 

Elijah, 320, 529, 717. 

Elijah Dean, 292. 

Elisha, 121, 156, 254, 363, 530, 554. 

Elisha Robbins, 1199, 2021. 

Eliza, 307, 690, 846, 939, 1122, 1566, 

1826, 2585. 
Eliza Amelia, 1486. 
Eliza Ann, 984, 1145, 1195, 2008. 
Eliza Bosworth, 675. 
Eliza Hannah, 2012. 
Eliza Jane, 1226, 1454. 
Eliza Lurenda, 2304. 
Eliza Willington, 1764. 
Elizabeth, 16, 20, 29, 49, 51, 58, 62, 



408 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



[The figures in this Index refer to the number in the family record.] 



90, 112, 144, 223, 265, 289, 317, 331, 
369, 388, 398, 433, 439, 441, 444, 
474, 485, 533, 584, 593, 745, 751, 
899, 946, 1104, 1142, 1177, 1202, 
1217, 1462, 1498, 2249, 2586. 

Elizabeth Ann, 878, 1429. 

Elizabeth Bosworth, 631. 

Elizabeth Cordelia, 778. 

Elizabeth Ellsworth, 1752. 

Elizabeth Elvira, 972, 1725. 

Elizabeth Georgiana, 2309. 

Elizabeth Huntington, 1006. 

Elizabeth Jane, 2557. 

Elizabeth Mary, 1720. 

Elizabeth Somers, 2081. 

Elizabeth Stoughton, 478, 999. 

Elizabeth S., 2604. 

Elizabeth Williams, 1507. 

Elizabeth Willington, 1760. 

Elizur, 190, 453, 782, 882, 975. 

Ella, 1662, 1959. 

Ella Antoinette, 1793. 

Ella A., 2284. 

Ella C, 2163. 

Ella Howard, 2119. 

Ella Louisa, 886. 

Ella May, 2596. 

Ella Richmond, 1656. 

Ella V. Roberts, 1424. 

Ellen, 877, 1452, 1628, 1632. 

Ellen Almira, 965. 

Ellen A., 1927, 2284. 

Ellen Coe, 978. 

Ellen Elizabeth, 1860. 

Ellen Hart, 2497. 

Ellen Huldah, 1848. 

Ellen Jane, 2259. 

Ellen Juliette, 1248. 

Ellen Maria, 969, 1489, 1954. 

Ellen Viola, 2056. 

Elliot E, 1919. 

Ellsworth, 730. 

Elmira Loretta, 1972. 

Elpha Maria, 2053. 

Elsa, 1087, 2656. 

Elsie, 2461. 

Elton Romeo, 994. 

Elvira Antoinette, 1674. 



Elwin Ray, 2230. 

Emeline, 207, 909, 1140. 

Emeline Shepherd, 1485. 

Emily, 663, 724, 1057, 1293, 1811. 

Emily Ann, 1022. 

Emily Carrolena, 1978. 

Emily Chandler, 1761. 

Emily Cutter, 1503. 

Emily Eliza, 1781. 

Emily Fatima, 580. 

Emily Jane, 1491, 1508. 

Emily Judd, 2369. 

Emily Katherine, 1769. 

Emily Lucina, 1516. 

Emily Maria, 1898. 

Emily Porter, 1735. 

Emily S., 1449. 

Emma, 966, 1597, 1619, 1961, 2101. 

Emma Adaline, 2037. 

Emma Austin, 2121. 

Emma Charlotte, 2530. 

Emma E., 1932. 

Emma Frances, 1968. 

Emma Jane, 1636. 

Emma Louise, 2184. 

Emory, 1129. 

Epaphras, 99, 205, 915. 

Ephraim, 87, 199, 399. 

Erasmus, 1302. 

Erasmus Alphonso, 1417. 

Erastus, 98, 100, 224, 226, 362, 461, 

509, 566, 609, 612, 1085, 1095. 
Erastus Bradleyj 821. 
Erastus Nott, 1173. 
Erastus Willard, 1478. 
Ernest Endox, 2224. 
Erschel Weihl, 2554. 
Esther, 136, 214, 216, 293, 309, 311, 

338, 344, 390, 527, 654, 1166. 
Esther Belding 297. 
Esther Lucy, 2420. 
Esther Rowena, 993. 
Ethan C, 2275. 
Ethel Beard, 2201. 
Ethelyn, 2466. 
Etta C, 2285. 
Etta Frances, 2292. 
Eugene H., 1443. 



GIVEN NAMES OF WOLCOTTS 



409 



[The figures in this Index refer to the number in the family record.] 



Eunice, 67, 76, 116, 133, 145, 191, 192, 

272, 619, 757. 
Eunice Elizabeth, 2532. 
Eva M., 2176. 
Eveline, 397. 
Evelyn Katherine, 2631. 
Evelyn Moore, 2344. 
Everett, 2397. 
Everette Sellew, 2675. 
Ezra Legrand, 1336. 
Ezra R., 2538. 
E., 2667. 

F 

Fannie, 1307. 

Fanny, 391, 510, 1077, 2174. 

Fay W., 2569. 

Ferdinand R., 2365. 

Fernando, 1527. 

Flavia, 225, 227, 1477. 

Flavia Colton, 743. 

Flavia Redexa, 1479. 

Flora Isabel, 1731. 

Flora Jane, 1939. 

Flora Melvina, 2537. 

Florence, 2168, 2398, 2455, 2527. 

Florence Celia, 2057. 

Florence Ella, 1980, 2039. 

Florence Evelyn, 2488. 

Florence I., 2314. 

Florence Stelluna, 2558. 

Florilla Wright, 1271. 

Floyd G., 2408. 

Floyd Wetherell, 2269. 

Francelia, 2237. 

Frances, 393, 446, 959, 1109, 1663, 

1958. 
Frances Burbank, 964. 
Frances Caroline, 434. 
Frances Clara, 2354. 
Frances Eliza, 1828. 
Frances Ella, 1909. 
Frances Ellen, 1576. 
Frances Emily, 1670. 
Frances Harriet, 2494. 
Frances Jane, 883, 1873, 1884. 
Frances Julia, 2528. 
Frances J., 2161. 



Francis, 176, 354, 1447, 1608, 2051. 

Francis Alonzo, 2082. 

Francis Edwin, 2001. 

Francis Eugene, 2534. 

Francis Evert, 1603. 

Francis Henry, 1496. 

Francis Nelson, 1772. 

Francis Newton, 1521. 

Francis Story, 1682. 

Frank, 1586, 1965, 2229, 2432, 2574. 

Frank Barton, 1742. 

Frank Bliss, 2124, 2516. 

Frank Brainard, 2428. 

Frank Earl, 2393. 

Frank Ebersole, 2085. 

Frank E., 1359, 2143, 2186. 

Frank Howard, 2062. 

Frank Ira, 1865. 

Frank Laman, 1539. 

Frank M., 1822. 

Frank Newton, 1855. 

Frank Russell, 2073. 

Frankie G., 2177. 

Franklin, 976, 1034, 1047, 1153. 

Franklin Anson, 2308. 

Franklin F., 1324. 

Franklin Maginnis, 977. 

Franklin Waterhouse, 559. 

Fred, 2638. 

Frederick, 235, 454, 623, 689, 987, 

1009, 1035, 2165. 
Frederick Augustus, 2521. 
Frederick Calhoun, 983. 
Frederick Calkins, 1352. 
Frederick Edward, 2434. 
Frederick G., 2178. 
Frederick Halsey, 955. 
Frederick Henry, 486, 1002. 
Frederick Horatio, 2006. 
Frederick Isaiah, 2678. 
Frederick James, 2126. 
Frederick Joseph, 1128. 
Frederick Lincoln, 2063. 
Frederick Milton, 1944. 
Frederick Oliver, 1371. 
Frederick Powell, 2002. 
Frederick Ralph, 1773. 
Frederick Swain, 2389. 



410 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



[The figures in this Index refer to the number in the family record.] 



Frederick Wesley, 1522. 
Freke, 53, 61, 264. 
Fremont, 1706. 

G 

Gad Fuller, 665. 

Gardiner Howland, 1003. 

Gardner, 1123. 

Geneva, 1364. 

Genevieve, 1367. 

George, 4, 17, 39, 65, 113, 128, 134, 

158, 217, 218, 286, 287, 459, 858, 

865, 947, 1110, 1347, 1565, 1611, 

1901, 1920, 2238. 
George Alfred, 2320. 
George A., 1931. 
George Bilson, 1993. 
George Case, 2255. 
George Edmund, 1975. 
George Edward, 1363, 1368. 
George Edwin, 1361. 
George Elton, 1741. 
George Elwin, 2535. 
George Francis, 748. 
George Franklin, 1875, 2305, 2375. 
George Henry, 639. 
George M., 2286. 
George Norton, 2271. 
George Paul, 1673, 2616. 
George R., 2438, 2540. 
George Savage, 2623. 
George Sharp, 2710. 
George Thornton, 1415. 
George Todd, 648. 
George T., 2153. 
George Washington, 823, 1272. 
George Whitefield, 1044, 1788. 
George W., 1917. 
George Young, 1698. 
Gershom, 43, 252. 
Gershom Nott, 545. 
Gershom Willard, 1170. 
Gertrude C, 2682. 
Gertrude Lavonne, 2215. 
Gertrude Mae, 2601. 
Gertrude Wetherell, 2268. 
Gideon, 83, 177, 189, 330, 355, 367, 

738, 818, 1045. 



Gideon Edward, 817. 
Gideon Peter, 372. 
Gilbert, 1878. 
Giles, 185, 381. 
Gilson Clitus, 1881. 
Gladys L, 2599. 
Glen, 2490. 

Glenn Harrison, 2453. 
Gordon, 2138. 
Gordon Hall, 1661. 
Grace, 1967. 
Grace Annie, 2612. 
Grace Edith, 2651. 
Grace Geer, 2412. 
Grace Hannah, 2156. 
Grace Landon, 1877. 
Grace Leora, 2123. 
Grace Lillian, 2664. 
Grace Maria, 2706. 
Granville Augustus, 2641. 
Grove Henry, 1910. 
Guard C, 2670. 
Guertha, 1595. 
Guy, 222, 451, 732, 2136. 
Guy Walter, 2070. 

H 

Hannah, 13, 45, 105, 256, 274, 315, 
405, 469, 553, 615, 708, 819, 2240. 
Hannah A., 1446. 
Hannah Bryant, 944. 
Hannah Eaton, 1312. 
Hannah Elizabeth, 1204. 
Hannah Hamner, 1190. 
Hannah Huntington, 483. 
Hannah Maria, 2033. 
Hannah McClure, 879. 
Hannah Moore, 720. 
Hannah Sewall, 586. 
Hardin, 765. 
Harlan Page, 2114. 
Harold, 2526, 2590. 
Harold Carpenter, 2499. 
Harold E, 2475. 

Harriet, 606, 608, 808, 1101, 1118. 
Harriet Agnes, 1640. 
Harriet Amanda, 2301. 
Harriet Aurelia, 1953. 



GIVEN NAMES OF WOLCOTTS 



411 



[The figures in this Index refer to the number in the family record.] 



Harriet Blinn, 2018. 

Harriet Codding, 1531. 

Harriet Cornelia, 1990. 

Harriet Elizabeth, 1355. 

Harriet Emma, 2154. 

Harriet Helen, 1298. 

Harriet Lobelia, 1290. 

Harriet Louisa, 2250. 

Harriet Louise, 2010. 

Harriet Miranda, 1879. 

Harriet Newell, 1270. 

Harriette Leona, 2717. 

Harris Hart, 1024. 

Harrison Tyler, 1493. 

Harry, 2659. 

Harry Arthur, 2185. 

Harry Benjamin, 2131. 

Harry Hazen, 2503. 

Harry K., 2193, 2545. 

Harry M., 2465. 

Harry Ward Emerson, 2348. 

Harvey, 1043. 

Hattie Sophia, 2458. 

Hazel, 2142. 

Hazel Chapman, 2690. 

Hazel Katherine, 2334. 

Helen, 465, 949, 1306, 1404, 1991, 
2141, 2572, 2594. 

Helen Augusta, 2046. 

Helen Cornelia, 1254. 

Helen Elizabeth, 2553, 2618. 

Helen Irene, 2680. 

Helen Libby, 2023. 

Helen Louisa, 1369, 2071. 

Helen Maria, 884. 

Helen Marie, 2487. 

Helen Marr, 1561. 

Helen Maude, 1792. 

Helen Pamelia, 1599. 

Helen Sophia, 2014. 

Helen Winchell, 2200. 

Henrietta, 1243. 

Henrietta Jane, 1796. 

Henry, 3, 8, 24, 30, 33, 37, 78, 165, 
271, 329, 333, 375, 379, 447, 481, 
539, 601, 726, 744, 844, 933, 1027, 
1158, 1185, 1305, 1316, 1453, 1505, 
1607, 1721, 1956, 2173, 2345. 



Henry Allen, 1513, 2413. 

Henry Ansel, 1831. 

Henry Augustine, 2000. 

Henry Augustus, 872. 

Henry Bela, 1952. 

Henry Bissell, 740. 

Henry Campbell, 594. 

Henry Clark, 2676. 

Henry Clay, 982. 

Henry Drayton, 1013. 

Henry Epaphras, 2306. 

Henry Erastus, 1969. 

Henry Frederick, 1716. 

Henry George, 2373. 

Henry Goodrich, 1010, 1265, 1751, 

2115, 2509. 
Henry Griswold, 490. 
Henry Hblmes, 2083. 
Henry Huntington, 961. 
Henry H, 1581. 
Henry James, 1795. 
Henry Kelsey, 1770. 
Henry Kirke, 1850. 
Henry Lamont, 1942. 
Henry Lyman, 2088. 
Henry N., 1918. 
Henry Oliver, 1622. 
Henry Philip, 954. 
Henry Riggs, 2388. 
Henry Roger, 1638. 
Henry Rowland, 437. 
Henry R., 1573. 
Henry Sewall, 585. 
Henry Walbridge, 2312, 2620. 
Henry Wells, 1127. 
Hephzibah, 96. 
Herbert, 2658. 
Herbert Elbridge, 2429. 
Herbert Eugene, 1885. 
Herbert Raymond, 2217. 
Herbert Walter, 1646. 
Herbert William, 2410. 
Herro, 1592, 1593. 
Herschal, 1102. 
Hettie, 2642. 
Ililand (iricve, 834. 
Hiram, 762, 807, 1086, 1559. 
Hiram Henry, 1515. 



412 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



[The figures in this Index refer to the number in the family record.] 



Hobart, 989. 

Homer, 1074. 

Homer Josiah, 1245. 

Homer Oliver, 2565. 

Honor, 138, 304, 1071. 

Hope, 238. 

Horace, 302, 389, 543, 562, 582, 667, 

760, 761, 1119, 1150, 1832. 
Horace Alanson, 1222. 
Horace Anson, 1830. 
Horace Butler, 660. 
Horace Clark, 1839. 
Horace Douglas, 636. 
Horace Edgar, 2645. 
Horace E., 2195. 
Horace Greeley, 1529. 
Horace Milton, 1381. 
Horace W., 1945. 
Horatio, 558, 1106. 
Horatio Gates, 550, 1191. 
Hortense Amelia, 2319. 
Howard Page, 2508. 
Hubert, 1587. 
Hugh Alan, 2619. 
Hugh Erwin, 643. 
Huldah, 542, 731, 750, 1091. 
Huntington Frothingham, 1000, 1743. 

I 

Ida, 1407, 1612, 2181. 
Ida Bertha, 2064. 
Ida Frances, 2424. 
Ida J., 1985. 
Ida Louise, 2579. 
Ida May, 1542, 1922. 
Inez Estella, 2505. 
lone Susan, 2125. 
Ira, 626. 
Ira H., 709. 
Ira S., 1947. 
Irving Gillis, 637. 
Isaac, 843. 
Isaac Nelson, 1239. 
Isaac Newton, 1068. 
Isaac Walton, 2261. 
Isabel, 2683. 
Isabelle, 2437. 
Isadore Francis, 2715. 
Isaiah, 2145. 
Isaiah J., 2522. 



Jack, 2712. 

Jack Montgomery, 2514. 

Jackson, 1037. 

Jacob Manley, 1343. 

James, 77, 129, 413, 452, 500, 513, 

625, 697, 916, 1098, 1112, 1557, 1569, 

1686, 1902, 2267, 2573. 
James Alonzo, 1495. 
James Charles, 2411. 
James Clayton, 2568. 
James Delos, 1983. 
James Ephraim, 2307. 
James Franklin, 2323. 
James Griffith, 2316. 
James Harlan, 2511. 
James Harvey, 630, 1784. 
James Henry, 1433, 1685. 
James Leroy, 2625. 
James Loring, 1758. 
James Monroe, 1518, 1694, 1862. 
James M., 2546. 
James Orin, 971. 
James Stephen, 1354. 
James Victor, 2349. 
James Watson, 1436. 
James Wyatt, 1804. 
Jane, 82, 181, 332, 377, 728, 1614, 2234. 
Jane Allyn, 161. 
Jane Ann, 1020. 
Jane Catharine, 173. 
Jane Eliza, 1494, 1726. 
Jane Marilla, 1517. 
Jane Steele, 1584. 
Jason Loomis, 1014. 
Jean Brodie, 2587. 
Jeanette, 1504, 1605. 
Jeanette Morrison, 746. 
Jemima, 403. 
Jennie, 1723. 
Jennie Alice, 2385. 
Jennie Brewster, 2331. 
Jennie Eliza, 1998. 
Jennie May, 2681. 
Jeremiah, 211. 
Jerome Lyman, 2213. 
Jerome P., 2477. 



GIVEN NAMES OF WOLCOTTS 



413 



[The figures in this Index refer to the number in the family record.] 



Jerusha, 109, 228, 351, 382, 791, 792, 
906, 1151. 

Jerusha Bancroft, 1017. 

Jessie, 1718, 2152. 

Jessie Daniel, 2069. 

Jessie Lois, 2602. 

Joanna, 23, 806, 851. 

Joel, 1329. 

John, 1, 9, 18, 36, 57, 106, 123, 159, 
261, 282, 300, 326, 356, 501, 546, 
574, 575, 861, 1025, 1036, 1096, 1136, 
1201, 1210, 1472, 1618, 2241, 2576, 
2593. 

John Adams, 1116. 

John Albert, 1896, 2079. 

John A., 1358. 

John Chauncey, 1996. 

John Dorsey, 837, 1604. 

John De Cost, 2433. 

John Edwin, 1331, 2183. 

John Endicott, 2357. 

John Greig, 832. 

John Homer, 1857. 

John H., 1456. 

John James, 2632. 

John Jay, 802. 

John Jefferson, 1193, 2007. 

John Justus, 2049, 2464. 

John Laurens, 1072. 

John Lee, 2584. 

John Lodge, 2646. 

John Lucien, 2552. 

John L., 1894. 

John Meade, 1703. 

John Milton, 1786. 

John Nelson, 1031, 1847. 

John P., 1180. 

John Reynolds, 1943. 

John R., 1916. 

John Saxton, 514. 

John Shaffer, 1182. 

John Stanley, 1105. 

John Stoughton, 475, 480. 

John Thomas, 1906. 

John Warren, 2188. 

John Winthrop, 2221. 

Jonathan, 340. 

Jonathan Cook, 618. 



Jonathan Gillett, 767. 

Joseph, 139, 273, 303, 305, 342, 804, 
1263, 1439, 2643. 

Joseph Bissell, 1430. 

Joseph B., 680. 

Joseph Hanford, 2219. 

Joseph Higgins, 1264. 

Joseph Newton, 687. 

Joseph Vinson, 1785. 

Josephine Darling, 1845. 

Josephine E., 1911. 

Josephine Minor, 1736. 

Joshua, 68, 135, 269, 291, 312, 592. 

Joshua Huntington, 484. 

Josiah, 15, 44, 52, 56, 70, 97, 122, 
124, 141, 153, 257, 310, 419, 573, 
677, 693, 925, 1174, 1438. 

Josiah Bissell, 684. 

Josiah Eames, 589. 

Josiah Edmund, 1221. 

Josiah Ward, 2092. 

Josiah Willis, 565. 

Judah Saxton, 1107. 

Judson Eugene, 1727, 2351. 



Jul 
Jul 
Jul 
Jul 
Jul 
Jul 
Jul 
Jul 
Jul 
Jul 
Jul 
Jul 
Jul 
Jul 
Jul 
Jul 
Jul 
Jul 
Jul 
Jul 
Jul 
Jul 
Jul 
Jul 



a, 700, 869, 913, 1075, 1232. 

a Almira, 992. 

a Ann, 885, 1028, 1974. 

a Anna Maria, 1184. 

a Burt, 1994. 

a Catharine, 1987. 

a Ella, 1940. 

a E., 1255, 1445. 

a Helen, 2719. 

a Hillyer, 2074. 

a Hutchins, 1754. 

a Leone, 2486. 

a Maria, 889. 

a Marinda, 1519. 

a Mary, 2628. 

a Miranda, 1299. 

a Oriana, 1279. 

a Rosanna, 777. 

a Shepherd, 1502. 

anna, 464. 

et Adeline, 658. 

ette, 967, 1724. 

us, 1033. 

us Caesar, 1892. 



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WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



[The figures in this Index refer to the number in the family record.] 



Julius Erastus, 1252. 
Julius Hastings, 657. 
Julius Maro, 1520. 
Julius Orlando, 2098. 
Julius Ormsby, 1951. 
Julius W., 2467. 
Junius Hall, 1512. 
Justus, 130, 275, 602, 706. 
J. Frederick, 2539. 
J. R, 2713. 

K 

Karl C, 1823. 
Kate, 2644. 
Kate Eloise, 1734. 
Kate Wilmina, 2317. 
Katharine Ellen, 1642. 
Katharine Rankin, 1011, 1753. 
Katherine, 2657. 
Katherine Ellen, 2391. 
Katherine Minard, 2660. 
Katherine Riley, 2340. 
Katie, 1406. 
Killear, 857. 



Laura, 233, 237, 392, 440, 443, 472, 
473, 477, 852, 905, 930, 1016, 1895, 
2035, 2281. 

Laura Alberta, 2665. 

Laura Ann, 1482. 

Laura Arabella, 1413. 

Laura Bacon, 1827. 

Laura Elizabeth, 958, 1717, 2220. 

Laura Jane, 1787. 

Laura Louise, 2479. 

Laura Lucy, 1196. 

Laura Maria, 487. 

Laura Minerva, 1899. 

Laura Olivia, 2564. 

Laura Sedana, 1658. 

Laura T., 1925. 

Laurens, 1560. 

Laurens Emerson, 2394, 2662. 

Laurens Wright, 1851. 

Laurilla, 1824. 

Lavinia, 607. 

Lawrence, 862. 



Leander Hudson, 1301. 

Leman Squire, 1554. 

Lemuel Porter, 974. 

Leofwyn, 1650. 

Leonard Clark, 2550. 

Leonard Lyman, 2489. 

Leora Castle, 2501. 

Le Roy Andrews, 2106. 

Leroy Bushnell, 2512. 

Leslie Carl, 2517. 

Lester, 2236. 

Lester A., 1934. 

Leverett Calvin, 2091. 

Levi, 524, 912. 

Lewis, 572, 707, 1397, 2265. 

Lewis C, 2395. 

Lewis F„ 2335. 

Lida May, 2460. 

Lillian Frances, 2363. 

Linus, 2266. 

Linus Sheldon, 2084. 

Littoria, 931. 

Lloyd Porter, 1739. 

Loduski, 1474. 

Lois, 132, 259, 682. 

Lois Elizabeth, 1411, 1425. 

Lois I., 2370. 

Lois Olive, 2294. 

Lola Elizabeth, 2600. 

Lorene, 2570. 

Lorenzo Scott, 642. 

Loretta, 1093. 

Loretta Fidelia, 1870. 

Lorette, 1693. 

Lottie, 2703. 

Lottie Henry, 2380. 

Lottie Lozett, 2290. 

Lottie Marian, 2207. 

Lottie May, 2425. 

Louis Alexander, 1335. 

Louis Jerome, 2531. 

Louis Robert, 2627. 

Louisa, 325, 773, 870, 1178, 1229. 

Louisa Elizabeth, 1053. 

Louisa Elsa, 1237. 

Louisa Jane, 722, 1767, 2321. 

Louisa Maria, 776, 1798, 1803. 

Louise Celia, 2504. 



GIVEN NAMES OF WOLCOTTS 



415 



[The figures in this Index refer to the number in the family record.] 



Louise Steele, 2120. 

Lovia, 323. 

Lovis Eliza, 672. 

Lucelia, 1284. 

Lucia, 85. 

Lucian McClenathan, 1383. 

Lucien Fremont, 2203. 

Lucile, 2352. 

Lucinda Maria, 1701. 

Lucius, 1208. 

Lucretia, 426, 942. 

Lucretia Goodrich, 1267. 

Lucy, 47, 146, 184, 284, 301, 428, 430, 

436, 651, 666, 669, 780, 1379, 2346. 
Lucy Ann, 986. 
Lucy Emily, 1046. 
Lucy Fidelia, 1797. 
Lucy Jane, 1244. 
Lucy Maria, 1867. 
Lucy Rowena, 1737. 
Lucy Salter, 1655. 
Lucye Mai, 2626. 
Luella, 2072. 
Luella Evelyn, 2086. 
Luke, 172, 343, 352, 788. 
Lura D., 1422. 
Lurenda Ada, 2611. 
Lurinda Gillett, 1667. 
Luther Humphrey, 1250. 
Lydia, 213, 316, 360, 422, 696, 929, 

1242, 1543, 1551. 
Lydia A., 1394, 1457. 
Lydia Jane, 2258. 
Lydia Russell, 568. 
Lyman, 1247, 1550, 2211. 
Lyman Beecher, 1269. 
Lyman B., 2254. 
Lysander W., 1058. 

M 

Mabel, 414, 2227. 
Mabel Elaine, 2695. 
Mabel Louise, 2333. 
Mae Stevens, 2279. 
Maggie A., 2164. 
Maggie Lenora, 2562. 
Malinda, 921, 1691. 
Marah, 201. 



Margaret, 328, 754, 829, 1346, 1564, 

2673. 
Margaret Anna May, 2679. 
Margaret Elizabeth, 2591. 
Margaret Emily, 1356. 
Margaret Lucinda, 1695. 
Margaret Smith, 1344. 
Maria, 841, 1132, 2048. 
Maria Amelia, 1167. 
Maria Augusta, 640. 
Maria Cook, 716. 
Maria E., 2043. 
Maria L., 1818. 
Maria Mead, 1763. 
Maria Sophronia, 1054. 
Marian, 798, 1563. 
Marian Jane, 1590. 
Mariann, 103, 234. 
Marianna, 1360. 
Marietta, 1570. 
Mariette Caroline, 1866. 
Marinda, 590. 
Marion, 2456, 2598, 2697. 
Marion Elizabeth, 723. 
Marion Glendora, 2485. 
Marion O., 2442. 
Marion R., 2672. 
Mark S., 1913. 
Marsh Mickey, 2288. 
Marshall Almarnie, 2041. 
Marshall Franklin, 995. 
Martha, 21, 73, 88, 169, 196, 210, 400, 

423, 945, 1468, 2699. 
Martha Burnham 895. 
Martha Davenport, 941. 
Martha Eliza, 1432. 
Martha Elizabeth, 1659. 
Martha Fox, 2515. 
Martha Jane, 1524, 1556. 
Martha Sarah, 831. 
Martha Treat, 904. 
Martillas, 2246. 
Martillas Conant, 1545. 
Martin, 515, 855, 1081, 2698. 
Martin Preston, 1544. 
Marvin, 739. / / 

Mary, 6, 12, 26, 41, 59, 104, ttt; 125, 

206, 220, 236, 244, 267, 285, 322, 



416 



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[The figures in this Index refer to the number in the family record.] 



337, 358, 415, 420, 429, 435, 468, 
504, 519, 526, 537, 551, 564, 597, 
627, 656, 664, 699, 705, 755, 764, 
785, 835, 873, 894, 897, 927, 988, 
1040, 1060, 1076, 1089, 1103, 1117, 
1273, 1308, 1405, 1578, 1583, 1963, 
2278, 2705. 

Mary Abigail, 1314. 

Mary Alice, 1643. 

Mary Alzina, 1487. 

Mary Amelia, 1657, 2110. 

Mary Amoret, 2506. 

Mary Ann, 449, 779, 890, 968, 981, 
1023, 1664. 

Mary Ann Goodrich, 482. I ' 

Mary Aurelia, 2162. 

Mary A, 1465. 

Mary Bissell, 1480. 

Mary Briggs, 1330. 

Mary Edna, 1238. 

Mary Electa, 1064, 1829, 1835, 1837. 

Mary Eliza, 1165, 1730. 

Mary Elizabeth, 1213, 1337, 1897, 
2004, 2032, 2147, 2548, 2609. 

Mary Ella, 1729, 1809. 

Mary Ellen, 1262, 2328. 

Mary Elnette, 2718. 

Mary Emma, 2102. 

Mary E, 2336. 

Mary Frances, 491, 2009. 

Mary R, 2212. 

Mary Gabriel, 2300. 

Mary Harriet, 1623. 

Mary Hastings, 298. 

Mary Helena, 2223. 

Mary Ingersoll, 1511. 

Mary Jane, 1144, 1500, 1756, 2243. 

Mary J., 2170. 

Mary Ladoyett, 2024. 

Mary Louise, 1540. 

Mary Louise Hutchinson, 2342. 

Mary Lucetta, 2416. 

Mary Lundie Duncan, 1852. 

Mary L, 1442, 1460. 

Mary Matilda, 1886. 

Mary Matteson, 2353. 

Mary Matoon, 1653. 

Mary Mercy, 1905. 



Mary Moore, 718. 

Mary Nott, 650. 

Mary Putnam, 2204, 2551. 

Mary Rebecca, 1783. 

Mary Robbins, 1032. 

Mary Rosalie, 1977. 

Mary Sydna Ann, 641. 

Mary Wells, 1197, 2026. 

Mattie, 2139. 

Mattie Bura, 2560. 

Mattie W., 1421. 

Maverette, 1285. 

Max, 2158. 

May Adelina, 1440. 

May Newton, 2390. 

Mehitable, 55, 120, 255, 270, 521, 552, 

891, 892, 1041, 1141. 
Melissa Whiting, 1294, 
Melville Orlando, 2104. 
Melvin A., 1574. 
Melvin B., 2666. 
Melvina Georgianna, 1676. 
Mercy, 19, 50. 
Millard Winfield, 2327. 
Millicent Leslie, 2003. 
Milner C, 1350. 
Milo, 1349. 
Milton, 1427. 
Minerva, 327. 
Minerva Caroline, 1856. 
Miranda, 1015. 
Miranda Celestia, 2097. 
Miriam, 171, 350, 492, 759, 768, 856, 

918. 
Miriam Cooper, 2556. 
Moses Halsey, 1216. 
Myron, 2473. 
Myron Wells, 1814. 
Myrtle Mignonette, 2507. 
Myrtle Rosetta, 2133. 

N 

Nancy, 577, 645, 805, 871, 1626. 

Nancy Bridges, 1380. 

Nancy Green, 938. 

Nancy Higgins, 1266, 1296. 

Nancy Jane, 1690. 

Nancy M., 1322. 



GIVEN NAMES OF WOLCOTTS 



417 



[The figures in this Index refer to the number in the family record.] 



Nancy Siba, 2116. 

Nancy Williams, 571. 

Nannie Brady, 2633. 

Naomi, 188, 383. 

Nathaniel, 248, 341, 536, 600, 770, 

827, 1146. 
Neal Newton, 2518. 
Ned H., 2441. 
Nellie Brewster, 2330. 
Nellie P., 2403. 
Nelson, 622, 1070, 2166, 2655. 
Nelson W., 1930. 
Nettie, 1923, 2180. 
Nettie R, 2523. 
Nettie J., 2404. 
Nettie Luella, 2090. 
Newberry, 911. 
Newton, 578. 
Newton Amos, 2128. 
Newton Canfield, 1059. 
Newton Lee, 1297. 
Noble Ernest, 2536. 
Noble Eugene, 2693. 
Norman, 277, 849, 864, 917, 1139, 

1678, 2635. 
Norman Bruce, 1526. 
Norman B., 1326. 
Norman Erastus, 2094. 
Norman Lester, 2674. 
Norman R., 2668. 
Norton, 1571. 
N. Oscar, 1817. 

o 

Olga Mabel, 2483. 

Olive, 365, 811. 

Olive Ann, 824, 1292. 

Olive Catherine, 1629. 

Olive Elizabeth, 1575. 

Olive L, 1327. 

Olive R., 2144. 

Olive Viola, 2030. 

Olive Vivian, 2454. 

Oliver, 102, 118, 231, 232, 242, 410, 
476, 512, 540, 646, 652, 655, 691, 
893, 900, 985, 997, 998, 1021, 1155, 
1163, 1660, 1748, 1749, 2242, 2280, 
2701. 



Oliver Barton, 2640. 
Oliver Beard, 2197. 
Oliver Campbell, 591. 
Oliver Cromwell, 1825. 
Oliver Elias, 2583. 
Oliver Elisha, 2435. 
Oliver Ellsworth, 1063, 1863. 
Oliver Epaphras, 1675. 
Oliver G., 2196. 
Oliver Hector, 1689. 
Oliver Henry, 1161. 
Oliver Huntington, 1004. 
Oliver Martin, 1871. 
Oliver Newell, 1382. 
Oliver Piatt, 820. 
Oliver Stoughton, 479. 
Oliver S., 1580. 
Oliver Willard, 2216. 
Orin, 1220, 1562. 
Orin Erastus, 1219. 
Orinda, 1389. 
Orlando Keep, 1249. 
Orlena, 1377. 
Orlie Adney, 2107. 
Orlo, 692. 
Orlo Hardin, 1386. 
Orlo Hitchcock, 1801. 
Orlo Jackson, 1050. 
Orlo Sidney, 1048. 
Orlow Lewis, 1268. 
Orpha J., 1815. 
Orphia Cyrena, 2263. 
Orson Elwin, 2171, 2692. 
Orville Butler, 2016. 
Orville Clarence, 2371. 
Orville Jackson, 1789. 
Orvis Adny, 1253. 
Orvis Orlando, 2099. 
Osborn E., 1461. 
Oscar, 1395. 
Owen, 2711. 



Pamelia, 786, 1134. 
Panthy, 1351. 
Panthy L, 2175. 
Parmenio, 208, 417, 923, 934. 
Patience, 1549. 



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WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



[The figures in this Index refer to the number in the family record.] 



Paul, 155, 2700. 

Paul F., 2567. 

Paul McGregor, 2630. 

Paulina, 629. 

Pauline Saxton, 833. 

Pearl Lozett, 2595. 

Penelope, 163. 

Peres Case, 1553. 

Perkins Hatfield, 2045. 

Perry, 1459, 2233. 

Persis, 668. 

Peter, 80, 168, 180, 335, 752, 842, 850. 

Peter Clark, 2202. 

Peter Howe, 1388. 

Peter Papilion, 266. 

Phebe, 157. 

Philander, 1225. 

Philander Bilson, 1183. 

Philip, 445, 2247. 

Philo, 1615. 

Philo Ray, 2182. 

Phineas, 793. 

Phineas Bradley, 632. 

Polly, 797. 

Proctor, 1131. 

Prudence, 418, 421, 502, 694. 



Queen E., 2443. 



Q 



R 



Rachel, 81, 175, 281, 348, 794, 813, 

1458. 
Ralph, 1475, 2137, 2366. 
Ralph Edmond, 2113. 
Ralph Hart, 1026. 
Ralph M., 2287. 
Ralph Peabody, 1949. 
Randolph Lyman, 1807. 
Ransom, 725, 866. 
Ransom Vaughn, 2451. 
Raymond, 1470, 2525. 
Raymond Le Roy, 2603. 
Raymond Van, 2450. 
Rebecca, 544, 587. 
Rebecca Goodrich, 1162. 
Redexelana, 174. 
Rena, 2636. 



Rensselaer, 1613. 

Rhoda, 411, 517, 532, 548. 

Rhoda Delina, 2251. 

Richard, 1303. 

Richard Ingersoll, 1510. 

Richmond, 888. 

Robert Boynton, 1908. 

Robert Bruce.1410. 

Robert Burton, 2685. 

Robert Fulton, 980. 

Robert Harry, 2543. 

Robert Henry, 2563. 

Robert Maynard, 2529. 

Robert Nelson, 1849. 

Robert Orlo, 2491. 

Robert Rich, 2022. 

Robert Robbins, 1203. 

Robert Roy, 2295. 

Robert Turnbull, 1768. 

Robert Vaughn, 2329. 

Robert Wilson, 2343. 

Robeson Brainard, 2350. 

Roger, 28, 89, 200, 202, 204, 247, 279, 
349, 361, 401, 522, 902, 1001, 1579, 
1744, 2277, 2355, 2592, 2653. 

Roger Dod, 2549. 

Roger Gould, 2622. 

Roger G., 2544. 

Roger Henry, 2298. 

Roger Morgan, 2368. 

Roland Irving, 2542. 

Rollin, 1402. 

Rosamond, 2273. 

Rosann, 1625. 

Rosanna, 131, 1282. 

Roscoe, 1391. 

Rose Amelia, 2112. 

Rosella Orilla, 1176. 

Rosetta, 1392. 

Roswell, 772, 774. 

Roy Kenneth, 2533. 

Roy Manuel, 2382, 2649. 

Royal Augustus, 1976. 

Royal L., 1986. 

Royal Rossiter, 1175. 

Rudolph Virchow, 2383. 

Russell, 1230. 

Ruth, 599, 653, 735, 1320, 1501, 2399. 



GIVEN NAMES OF WOLCOTTS 



419 



[The figures in this Index refer to the number in the family record.] 



Ruth Davis, 2634. 
Ruth Eleanor, 2588. 
Ruth Rebecca, 1375. 
Ruth T., 1218. 
Ryland Anson, 2621. 



Sabiah, 276, 603. 

Sabrina, 815, 1228, 1231. 

Salem, 1558. 

Salinda Elizabeth, 825. 

Sallie, 1100. 

Sally, 796. 

Salome, 1399. 

Samuel, 10, 14, 35, 42, 92, 119, 187, 
241, 384, 503, 511, 541, 549, 588, 880, 
935, 1080, 1097, 1168, 1805, 1842, 
2013. 

Samuel Adams, 1637. 

Samuel Berry, 2148. 

Samuel Boynton, 1108. 

Samuel Eaton, 1311. 

Samuel Emmet, 1334. 

Samuel Huntington, 1746, 2359. 

Samuel Jerome, 1799. 

Samuel Keeler, 621, 2157. 

Samuel Melford, 1537. 

Samuel Merwin, 953. 

Samuel Milton, 1042, 1780. 

Samuel Park, 715. 

Samuel Tudor, 395. 

Samuel Wadsworth, 2299. 

Sarah, 11, 32, 34, 46, 60, 71, 72, 94, 
95, 110, 126, 152, 198, 203, 253, 290, 
313, 412, 425, 518, 688, 859, 919, 
920, 1078, 1568, 1616, 1624, 1631, 
2575. 

Sarah Ann, 1869. 

Sarah A., 1812, 1928. 

Sarah Bidwell, 698. 

Sarah Blanche, 2449. 

Sarah C, 1121. 

Sarah Eliza, 2709. 

Sarah Elizabeth, 887, 2257. 

Sarah Goodsell, 937. 

Sarah Jane, 1280, 1444. 

Sarah J., 1530. 

Sarah Kelsey, 2362. 



Sarah Lucinda, 2036. 

Sarah Mabel, 2610. 

Sarah Maria, 1207, 1708, 2580. 

Sarah Martha, 1441. 

Sarah Matilda, 1766. 

Sarah Morrison, 1648. 

Sarah Munsell, 1671. 

Sarah Nott, 556, 1198. 

Sarah Pomeroy, 1668. 

Sarah R., 1819. 

Sarah Steele, 896. 

Sarah Waterhouse, 547. 

Sarah W., 1138. 

Savilla, 816. 

Saxton Shaw, 1594. 

Sereno E., 2058. 

Seth, 407, 1275. 

Seymour, 704. 

Seymour Amzi, 1853. 

Sheldon, 610. 

Shepard, 2199. 

Sherbourne Henry, 1291. 

Sherman Agard, 2571. 

Sidney, 908. 

Sidney Butler, 659. 

Sidney Gale, 2282. 

Sidney Hastings, 661. 

Sila, 795. 

Silas, 154, 319. 

Silas Edward, 1376. 

Silas J., 1469. 

Silas Park, 714. 

Simeon, 534, 756, 1179. 

Simon, 7, 22, 74, 167, 215, 336, 1169. 

Simon Perkins, 928, 1696. 

Simon Peter, 784. 

Soloman, 1038. 

Solomon, 137, 245, 294, 520, 1055, 

1079. 
Solomon Belding, 662. 
Sophia, 386, 781, 1164, 1235, 1955, 

2040. 
Sophia Lee, 836. 
Sophia Mary, 1194. 
Sophronia, 1135, 1289. 
Sophronia Maria, 1514. 
Spencer, 863, 1617. 
Spencer Reuben, 2608. 



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WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



[The figures in this Index refer to the number in the family record.] 



Stanley De Wolf, 2689. 
Stanton John, 2160. 
Stella, 1304. 
Stella Amoret, 2502. 
Stella M., 2209. 
Stephen, 828. 
Stephen Ashley, 366. 
Susan, 581, 800. 
Susan Amelia, 685, 1241. 
Susan Cecelia, 1258. 
Susan D., 1887. 
Susan Maria, 956, 1715. 
Susan Melissa, 1665. 
Susan Robinson, 1585. 
Susan Selista, 1223. 
Susan Smith, 1497. 
Susanna, 258, 563, 624. 
Susannah Park, 712. 
Sylvanus Gordon, 1937. 
Sylvanus Howe, 681. 
Sylvester, 525, 729, 848, 1126, 1274, 
1277. 



Talcott, 495. 

Thankful, 790. 

Theodora, 149. 

Theodore, 260. 

Theodore C, 1889. 

Theodore Irving, 1973. 

Theodore Royce, 2447. 

Theodore Silas, 1283. 

Theodosia, 353. 

Theron Robbins, 1049, 1800. 

Thomas, 54, 79, 142, 170, 346, 364, 

370, 505, 787, 860, 1567. 
Thomas A., 1813. 
Thomas Bennett, 2379. 
Thomas C, 1914. 
Thomas Darius, 1702. 
Thomas Freke, 263. 
Thomas Goodsell, 424. 
Thomas Hubble, 801. 
Thomas Judd, 1546, 2577. 
Thomas Park, 713. 
Thomas P., 1464. 
Thomas Robbins, 1056. 
Thurzey Ann, 2253. 



Timothy, 2169. 
Timothy Pickering, 875. 
Timothy Smith, 1341, 1481. 
Townsend, 1722. 
Truman Gardner, 2364. 
Truman Marshall, 1774. 
Truman Reaves, 2367. 
Truman Wells, 1029. 
Truman Willard, 1488. 
Trumbull, 1159. 
Tryphena, 164. 

u 

Uriah Smith, 1340. 
Uriel Smith, 671. 
Urim Wyatt, 1808. 
Ursula, 101, 387, 394. 

V 

Van C, 2474. 
Vera Emley, 2694. 
Vesta, 1384, 1400. 
Vida B., 2415. 
Viletta Susan, 679. 
Viola Lee, 1420. 
Virginia Merrick, 2283. 

w 

Waitstill Hastings, 299. 

Waldo Welton, 1728. 

Wallace, 1374, 1396. 

Wallace Edson, 2260. 

Wallace Henry, 2272. 

Walter, 368, 733, 734, 814, 838, 1157, 

1602, 1844. 
Walter Balfour, 1387. 
Walter Barnett, 2218. 
Walter Bissell, 2214. 
Walter Charles, 2605. 
Walter Davis, 2419. 
Walter E., 1582. 
Walter Franklin, 1205. 
Walter Joseph, 2422. 
Walton, 2262. 
Warner, 1309. 
Warren, 758, 766. 
Warren Joseph, 1113. 
Washington, 1348. 



GIVEN NAMES OF WOLCOTTS 



421 



[The figures in this Index refer to the number in the family record.] 



Washington De Forest, 1372. 

Waunie L., 2192. 

Wayne Edwin, 2492. 

Wealthy, 1310. 

Welland, 2140. 

Wellman, 1471. 

Wells, 1065. 

Wheeler, 789. 

Wilhelmus, 373. 

Will A., 2400. 

Willa Bixby, 2480. 

Willard, 736. 

Willard Milroy, 1984. 

William, 27, 86, 178, 194, 249, 251, 
268, 357, 396, 507, 538, 576, 810, 
1018, 1069, 1094, 1148, 1156, 1209, 
1295, 1366, 1620, 1633, 1679, 1903, 
1966. 

William Albert, 1067. 

William Alfred, 633. 

William Allen, 1854, 2663. 

William Alonzo, 1288. 

William Archibald, 1428. 

William Arthur, 2360. 

William Augustus, 1621, 1778, 2296, 
2325. 

William Burton, 2245. 

William Caldwell, 1125. 

William Clitus, 1874. 

William Durfee, 2052. 

William D, 1890. 

William Edgar, 1641. 

William Edmund, 2111. 

William Edward, 1992. 

William Everett, 1318. 

William E., 1357. 

William Franklin, 1707, 1904. 

William Frederick, 438. 

William F., 2607. 



William Gillson, 1188. 

William Harlow, 2252. 

William Henry, 910, 948, 1160, 1765, 

1841, 1859. 
William Hoffman, 1338. 
William Irving, 1353. 
William Lawrence, 2496. 
William Leftwich, 2561. 
William Levant, 1883. 
William L., 1418. 
William Martin, 2372. 
William Maynard, 1332. 
William Merwin, 1713. 
William Newton, 1846, 2386. 
William Nott, 288. 
William Oliver, 2597. 
William Prescott, 1745. 
William Putnam, 1378. 
William Ralph, 2418. 
William Reed, 719. 
William Riley, 678. 
William Seward, 1948. 
William Stewart, 1240. 
William V., 1912. 
William Wadsworth, 874, 1483. 
William Wallace, 809, 1412, 1572, 

2042. 
William Wells, 9.79, 1834. 
William Williams, 898. 
William Wirt, 1256. 
William Wyatt, 1115. 
Willis Augustus, 1224. 
Willis Henry, 1981. 
Willis Oliver, 1833. 
Willis Walter, 2484. 
Wilmena, 2338. 
Winifred, 2231. 
Winthrop Washington, 1484. 
Wyatt, 243, 1099. 



INDEX II 



Names of Persons connected by marriage with the descendants of 

Henry Wolcott. 

[The figures in this Index refer to the page.] 



Abbe, Albert, 97. 
Abbe, Augustus W., 150. 
Abbe, Daniel H., 97. 
Abbe, Dorcas A., 96. 
Abbe, Gilbert, 97. 
Abbe, Harriet, 97. 
Abbe, Levi P., 96, 97. 
Abbe, Lucinda, 97. 
Abbe, Maria, 97. 
Abbe, Maronet, 96. 
Abbe, Mary A., 96. 
Abbe, Norton, 97. 
Abbe, Sally P, 96. 
Abbe, William, 150. 
Abbe, William A, 150. 
Abbe, Wolcott, 97. 
Abbott, Abigail, 73. 
Abeel, Elizabeth W., 115. 
Abeel, Margaret H., 115. 
Abeel, Nancy F., 115. 
Abeel, Neilson, 115. 
Adams, Alice L., 124. 
Adams, Chauncey, 124. 
Adams, Clarence W., 124. 
Adams, C. Eugene, 124. 
Adams, Edward, 127. 
Adams, Etta M., 124. 
Adams, George C, 52. 
Adams, Harriet J., 124. 
Adams, Jessie E., 124. 
Adams, Lena M., 124. 
Adams, Lillian E., 52. 
Adams, Mary, 70, 175. 
Adams, Thatcher M., 115. 
Adams, Willard C, 124. 
Adams, William, 51. 
Agard, Rhoda, 295. 
Aiken, Harriet, 321. 



Alden, Sybil, 100. 
Allen, Abby F, 72. 
Allen, Dorcas, 96. 
Allen, Emily M., 97. 
Allen, F. L., 307. 
Allen, Henry, 159. 
Allen, Mary E., 324. 
Allen, Sarah, 234. 
Allen, Susan E., 105. 
Allis, Louis, 216. 
Allison, Perin W., 235. 
Allyn, Abigail, 108. 
Allyn, Benjamin, 43. 
Allyn, Dorcas, 96. 
Allyn, Henry, 43. 
Allyn, Jane, 55. 
Allyn, Janet, 314. 
Allyn, John, 43, 49. 
Allyn, Julia L, 43. 
Allyn, Lucy, 34. 
Allyn, Mary, 77. 
Allyn, Matthew, 46. 
Allyn, Theophilus, 70. 
Allyn, Thomas, 43. 
Alter, Emily C, 329. 
Alton, R. W., 305. 
Anderson, Marshall, 315. 
Anderson, Mary E., 105, 315. 
Anderson, William W., 315. 
Andrews, Emily C, 217. 
Andrews, Helen D., 279. 
Andrews, Horace, 93. 
Andros, Jemima, 131. 
Appleton, Judith, 48. 
Armitage, Dorothy M., 331. 
Armitage, Fred A., 331. 
Armitage, Howard L., 331. 
Arnold, Louise G, 115. 
Ash, Mary, 145. 
Ash, Rachel, 145. 



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[The figures in this Index refer to the page.] 



Askin, Bernice W., 289. 
Askin, Robert M., 289. 
Askin, William C, 289. 
Atlee, Margaret, 115. 
Atwater, Lydia, 77. 
Atwood, Philanda, 182. 
Augsbury, Willard S., 76. 
Austin, Benjamin, 144. 
Austin, Olive A., 296. 
Austin, Samuel, 77. 
Austin, Sarah, 219. 

B 

Bab'cock, Richard, 176. 
Baer, Alfred, 194. 
Baggs, Albert N., 113. 
Baggs, Henry M., 113. 
Bailey, Alice S., 124. 
Baird, Florence A., 115. 
Baird, Sarah, 92. 
Baird, Susan, 199. 
Baker, Caroline, 250. 
Baker, Charles R., 250. 
Baker, Elizabeth, 313. 
Baker, Gertrude E., 253. 
Baker, Harry W., 253. 
Baker, Herbert N., 253. 
Baker, Marion W., 253. 
Baker, Robert N., 253. 
Balch, Sarah, 51. 
Baldwin, Clarence, 296. 
Baldwin, Elizabeth, 256. 
Baldwin, Frank, 296. 
Baldwin, Lyman, 296. 
Baldwin, Michael, 70. 
Baldwin, Nellie, 296. 
Baldwin, William, 296. 
Balestier, Joseph N., 161. 
Ballard, Mary, 104. 
Ballein. Henry I., 301. 
Ballein, Louis, 301. 
Ballein, Norma H., 301. 
Ballein, Orville E., 301. 
Bancroft, Caleb J., 141. 
Bancroft, Emily, 248. 
Bancroft, Julia, 289. 
Bancroft, Nathaniel, 66. 
Barber, George, 96. 



Barber, G. W., 96. 
Barber, John F., 127. 
Barber, Mary A., 96. 
Barden, James, 99. 
Barhydt, David P., 78. 
Barhydt, Kate W., 78. 
Barker, Rose L., 350. 
Barnard, Eveline, 257. 
Barnes, Cornelia M., 179. 
Barnes, Moses, 68. 
Barr, Margaret, 35. 
Barrett, Charles, 219. 
Barrett, George, 220. 
Barstow, John, 268. 
Bartholomew, Samuel, 159. 
Bartlett, Eleanor, 43. 
Bartlett, George B., 198. 
Bartlett, Hannah, 173. 
Bartlett, Harvey L., 198. 
Bartlett, Katie, 198. 
Bartlett, Minnie, 198. 
Bartlett, S. Oscar, 198. 
Barton, Augusta A., 228. 
Barton, Charles C, 228. 
Barton, Cornelia, 228. 
Barton, David R., 228. 
Barton, Edward M., 229. 
Barton, George W., 228. 
Barton, Henry E., 228. 
Barton, Julia M., 228. 
Barton, Sarah L., 229. 
Bassett, Azuba W., 202. 
Bates, Charles F., 222. 
Bates, Blanche E., 332. 
Bates, Roger W., 222. 
Baxter, Elisha, 69. 
Baxter, John, 119. 
Bayard, Caroline R., 113. 
Bayler, Carolyn S., 353. 
Beach, Elizabeth H., 119. 
Beadell, A. W., 254. 
Beam, Clara A., 291. 
Bear, Edwin W., 224. 
Beard, Carrie, 290. 
Beardsley, Catherine, 339. 
Beardsley, Julius, 340. 
Bedell, George W., 287. 
Beebe, Charlotte B., 134. 



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Beebe, Richard, 134. 
Belden, David, 90, 126. 
Belden, Elizabeth, 218. 
Belden, Henry, 184. 
Belden, Julia A., 218. 
Belden, Lois, 187. 
Belden, Lucy, 201, 
Belding, Esther, 68. 
Belknap, Clara, 222. 
Bell, Rosetta G., 328. 
Bell, Silence O., 317. 
Bement, Jonathan, 89. 
Benedict, Alice E., 243. 
Benedict, Marion D., 298. 
Benham, Lillian, 317. 
Benjamin, Augusta L., 327. 
Bennett, James, 307. 
Bennett, Panthy, 192. 
Berry, Gordon L., 154. 
Berry, Phebe E., 284. 
Bezzo, Mary A. H., 318. 
Biddle, Julia, 114. 
Bidwell, Henry A., 242. 
Bidwell, Ida L, 242. 
Bidwell, Rachel, 92. 
Bidwell, Sarah W., 136. 
Bigelow, Lucy, 57. 
Billings, Hannah A., 141. 
Billings, John, 138. 
Bills, Hester, 340. 
Bingham, Lydia A., 274. 
Bishop, Martha M., 333. 
Bishop, William, 134. 
Bissell, Almira, 225. 
Bissell, Chloe, 109. 
Bissell, Clarissa, 141. 
Bissell, Edgar, 102. 
Bissell, Elizabeth, 102. 
Bissell, Epaphras, 100. 
Bissell, Horace, 102. 
Bissell, Huldah, 138, 139. 
Bissell, Josiah, 74. 
Bissell, Lawrence, 96. 
Bissell, Mary, 102. 
Bissell, Redexelana, 205. 
Bixby, Louisa P., 274. 
Black, Carl E., 152. 
Black, Dorothy L., 152. 



Black, Elizabeth, 152. 
Black, Helen M., 152. 
Black, Kirby V., 152. 
Black, Marjorie V., 152. 
Blaisdell, Nellie, 292. 
Blake, Henry B., 244. 
Blinn, Hannah, 267. 
Blinn, Hosea, 121. 
Blinn, James, 68. 
Blinn, Jonathan, 68. 
Blinn, Sarah W„ 121. 
Blinn, Susan, 160. 
Blish, Beulah, 49. 
Blish, Daniel, 49. 
Blish, David, 49. 
Bliss, Moses, 106. 
Bliss, William, 110. 
Blodgett, Phineas, 71, 75. 
Blodgett, Sarah M., 71. 
Boardman, Sarah S., 89. 
Boice, Sarah, 148. 
Booth, Edward A., 237. 
Bosworth, Clarissa, 185. 
Bosworth, Elizabeth, 94, 130. 
Bosworth, Persis, 187. 
Botsford, Frederick A., 248. 
Botsford, George R., 248. 
Botsford, George W., 248. 
Bower, Alfred B., 57. 
Bower, Buckland P., 57. 
Bower, Edith L., 57. 
Bower, Helen A., 57. 
Bower, John, 56. 
Bower, Robert S., 57. 
Bower, Sidney, 57. 
Boyd, Rebecca, 190. 
Boynton, Mercy, 174. 
Brace, Julia, 312. 
Brack, Euphemia A., 57. 
Brady, Patrick F., 306. 
Brady, Wolcott F., 306. 
Brainerd, Adaline, 260. 
Bramhall, John P., 342. 
Bray, Margaret, 117. 
Brewster, Mary H., 307. 
Bridges, Emma, 290. 
Hriggs, Cyrus, 142. 
Briggs, George, 142. 



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Briggs, Nancy, 142. 
Briggs, Olive, 142. 
Briggs, Stephen S., 147. 
Bristol, Clarissa, 202. 
Brockway, Adaline, 305. 
Brodie, Agnes, 340. 
Bromley, Content, 35. 
Bromley, William, 35. 
Bronson, Albert, 271. 
Bronson, Arden, 271. 
Bronson, Carrie, 271. 
Bronson, Gerald N., 271. 
Bronson, John, 271. 
Bronson, Minnie, 271. 
Bronson, Tillotson N., 271. 
Bronson, Walter, 271. 
Brookins, Lucy S., 194. 
Brooks, Henrietta M., 237. 
Broughton, Amos H., 172. 
Brown, Aaron, 129. 
Brown, Aileen, 346. 
Brown, Anna, 215. 
Brown, Caroline E., 152. 
Brown, Clara M., 307. 
Brown, Elizabeth, 125. 
Brown, John, 176. 
Brown, John W., 139. 
Brown, Julia W., 179. 
Brown, Lida L., 344. 
Brown, Marie L., 304. 
Brown, Milton M., 179. 
Brown, Orin, 139. 
Brown, Philander, 191. 
Brown, Reuben, 96. 
Brown, Robert S., 261. 
Brown, Sarah E., 346. 
Brown, William, 129, 307. 
Brown, — , 346. 
Bruser, Catharine, 98. 
Brush, Margaret D., 154. 
Bryant, Lois, 160. 
Buck, Almon, 146. 
Buck, Elizabeth R., 267. 
Buck, Eunice, 69. 
Buck, Henry, 51. 
Buck, Henry R., 51, 267. 
Buck, Henry W., 267. 
Buck, Robinson, 267. 



Buck, Winthrop, 51. 
Buckland, Sarah M., 57. 
Buckley, Barzillai, 131. 
Buel, David H., 147. 
Buell, Mary J., 76. 
Bulloch, Louisa, 305. 
Burbank, Edna H., 197. 
Burbank, Frances, 107. 
Burbridge, Charles, 103. 
Burckhardt, Frederick, 265. 
Burnham, Dorcas, 103. 
Burnham, Jesse E., 243. 
Burnham, Lewis J., 243. 
Burnham, Lucy, 49. 
Burnham, Mabel, 103. 
Burnham, Mary, 50. 
Burnham, Nettie S., 243. 
Burnham, Ruth, 43, 49. 
Burnham, William, 49. 
Burt, Thomas, 180. 
Burton, Jane D., 295. 
Bush, Ann, 244. 
Butler, Abigail B., 133. 
Butler, Hannah, 180. 
Butler, Mary A., 324. 
Butterfield, Hiram, 213. 



Caldwell, Henry R., 176. 
Caldwell, Jane R., 175. 
Calkins, Albert, 172. 
Callendar, Mary, 200. 
Campbell, Isabella, 91. 
Campbell, Mary, 172. 
Canda, John, 180. 
Canfield, David, 122. 
Canfield, Sarah, 170. 
Carpenter, Adele P., 115. 
Carpenter, Adelia S., 326. 
Carpenter, Amelia, 326. 
Carpenter, Ellen S., 279. 
Carpenter, Helen R., 301. 
Carter, Alice E., 155. 
Carter, Belle M., 48. 
Carter, Catharine D., 155. 
Carter, Ernest C, 155. 
Carter, Frances J., 155. 
Carter, Ella M., 155. 



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Carter, Helen, 155. 
Carter, Herbert, 155. 
Carter, Marian, 155. 
Carter, Roger W., 155. 
Carter, Roy R., 155. 
Carter, Samuel W., 155. 
Carter, Sylvester J., 155. 
Carter, Truman L., 155. 
Carter, Truman P., 155. 
Carter, Walter L„ 155. 
Carter, William C, 155. 
Carter, William W., 155. 
Case, Huldah B., 68. 
Case, Patience, 211. 
Cass, Elvira, 193. 
Castle, Harriet N., 330. 
Catlin, Harriet, 124. 
Caufman, Asa, 96. 
Chaddock, Edwin L., 325. 
Chamberlain, Bert N., 281. 
Chandler, Eli, 182. 
Chandler, Emily, 167. 
Chandler, Helen A., 343. 
Chandler, Joseph A., 182. 
Chandler, Lucy, 48. 
Chandler, Maria W., 182. 
Chandler, Olive M., 270. 
Chandler, Thomas, 48. 
Chapel, John, 120. 
Chapin, Joseph, 70. 
Chapin, Josiah, 56. 
Chapman, Mabel, 353. 
Chapman, Mary A., 105. 
Chapman, Millie A., 352. 
Chase, Ida J., 343. 
Chase, Jeremiah, 146. 
Chauncy, Charles, 46. 
Chester, Mary, 47. 
Chester, Sarah, 54. 
Chidsey, Sarah, 195. 
Chilson, William, 92. 
Chrisman, Don E., 210. 
Chrisman, George R., 210. 
Chrisman, Jeremiah, 210. 
Chrisman, Nellie, 210. 
Chrisman, Winnie, 210. 
Church, Phebe A., 303. 
Churchill, Frederick H., 50, 121. 



Churchill, May, 50. 
Churchill, Rose, 50. 
Churchill, William, 50. 
Churchill, William A, 121. 
Clapp, Edith D., 223. 
Clapp, Edward B., 223. 
Clapp, Miriam W., 223. 
Clark, Cynthia, 132. 
Clark, Elsie W., 225. 
Clark, Emeline M. E., 290. 
Clark, Frederick B., 225. 
Clark, Harry B., 225. 
Clark, Nannie, 347. 
Clark, Nora, 351. 
Clark, Rebecca A., 275. 
Clarke, David, 171. 
Clarkson, Julia, 310. 
Clawson, Frank E., 343. 
Clement, Arabella, 151. 
Clements, Ida M., 331. 
Climpke, Paul, 44. 
Coar, — , 178. 
Coates, Sarah, 220. 
Codding, Nancy W., 209. 
Coe, Chauncey N., 180. 
Coe, Chester, 92. 
Colburn, Carrie M., 335. 
Colburn, Ezekiel, 48. 
Colburn, Marcia, 48. 
Colby, Delia, 225. 
Cole, Nancy, 150. 
Cole, Zrina, 299. 
Collins, Abigail, 67. 
Collins, Flora B., 252. 
Collins, Laura, 79. 
Collins, Laura M., 254. 
Collins, Lorraine, 79. 
Collins, Mary, 283. 
Colton, Ariana, 241. 
Colton, Benjamin, 42. 
Colton, Eunice, 75. 
Colton, John, 44, 70. 
Colton, Joseph, 43. 
Colton, Laura, 43. 
Colton, Rufus, 43. 
Combs, Ann E., 229. 
Conard, Jane L, 164. 
Cone, Laura, 244. 



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Conger, Herbert L., 316. 
Conger, Louis H., 316. 
Conklin, Clarissa J., 207. 
Conrad, Jane L., 164. 
Converse, Daniel, 156. 
Converse, Sally W., 156. 
Converse, Shelby, 117. 
Cook, Collins, 149. 
Cook, Joanna, 42. 
Cook, Mary A., 183. 
Cook, Mary L. W„ 197. 
Cook, Sarah, 129. 
Cook, Wesley, 197. 
Cooke, Sallie W., 113. 
Cooley, Abiah, 42. 
Cooley, Abigail, 70. 
Cooley, Daniel, 42. 
Cooley, John, 42. 
Cooper, Elizabeth, 160. 
Cooper, John F., 164. 
Cooper, Mary M., 76. 
Cooper, Maude E., 76. 
Cooper, Sidney, 76. 
Corbett, Mary T., 297. 
Corey, Clarissa, 177. 
Cornish, Gabriel, 42. 
Cornwall, Arthur, 354. 
Cornwell, Abigail, 147. 
Cornwell, Caroline, 218. 
Cornwell, Susanna, 72. 
Corwin, Penelope, 52. 
Cory, Alma R., 268. 
Cory, Alma S., 268. 
Cory, Emma A., 269. 
Cory, Flora A., 269. 
Cory, Frank W., 268. 
Cory, James L., 268. 
Cory, Lucius L., 269. 
Cory, Sarah L., 269. 
Cory, Willard B., 269. 
Cotton, Elizabeth B., 260. 
Couch, Aaron T., 169. 
Cowan, Emma, 333. 
Cowles, Amelia M., 135. 
Cowles, Elbert, 125. 
Craig, Margaret, 158. 
Craigg, David, 169. 
Cram, Sophronia, 208. 



Crane, Rufus, 142. 
Crane, Sarah, 51. 
Crocker, Sarah C, 151. 
Croker, Viola, 248. 
Cronk, Garrett, 98. 
Crosby, Pamelia S.,.92. 
Cross, Harriet A., 247. 
Cunningham, C. C, 175. 
Curtis, Eliza, 203. 
Curtis, Elizabeth, 53. 

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Dalph, Elizabeth, 191. 
Dana, John, 91. 
Dana, Phineas, 91. 
Danforth, Joshua P., 125. 
Darling, Frederick, 340. 
Darling, Oliver, 144. 
Davis, Aaron, 104. 
Davis, Eva G., 331. 
Davis, Isadore E., 319. 
Davis, John H, 223. 
Day, Katharine P., 116. 
Day, Lucretia, 43. 
Dayton, Horace, 176. 
Dean, Esther, 93. 
Dean, Irving, 227. 
Decker, Caroline, 98. 
Decker, Cornelia, 149. 
Decker, Parmy, 149. 
Decker, Rensselaer, 219. 
Decker, William A., 319. 
De Kalb, Ida L., 49. 
Delany, Helen M., 321. 
De Long, Elizabeth, 146. 
Delop, Calista M., 241. 
Deming, Henry L., 175. 
Deming, Huldah, 171. 
Deming, Simeon, 94. 
Deming, Sophia, 177. 
De Motte, Elizabeth, 155. 
Dennis, Catharine, 207. 
Depew, Ann, 212. 
Depew, Mary, 297. 
Derby, Ethel, 153. 
De Vinney, Albert H., 270. 
De Vinney, Harrison, H., 270. 
De Walltearss, Lilien, 267. 



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Dewey, Cynthia, 144. 
Dewey, Elizabeth, 35. 
Dewey, Israel, 35. 
Dewey, John F., 243. 
Dewey, Josephine, 243. 
DeWolf, Frances A., 352. 
Dexter, Sally E., 306. 
Dick, Chauncy, 189. 
Dick, Helen G., 315. 
Dickey, Jane, 249. 
Dickinson, John H., 136. 
Dickinson, Martin, 212. 
Dickinson, Samuel, 205. 
Dickson, Gaston, 101. 
Dickson, Orr A., 327. 
Dickson, Robert O., 327. 
Diggens, Jerusha, 98. 
Dilley, Sarah V., 280. 
Dillon, Albert G., 291. 
Dillon, Hal P., 291. 
Dillon, Jesse E., 291. 
Dillon, Leslie F., 291. 
Dillon, Margaret E., 291. 
Dolittle, Mariette, 213. 
Doremus, — , 70. 
Doty, Susan A., 255. 
Dougherty, Mabel C, 153. 
Douglas, Harriett, 216. 
Dousman, Elizabeth J., 215. 
Dow, Lucinda, 283. 
Downing, Ella M., 351. 
Drake, Abigail, 35. 
Drake, Francis, 106. 
Drake, Job, 35. 
Drake, Nathaniel, 89. 
Drake, Salomy, 96. 
Drake, Sarah, 56. 
Driscoll, Francis S., 237. 
Drisler, Herman, 78. 
Drury, Samuel S., 238. 
Dubelorey, Fannie, 71. 
Dugal, Louise, 302. 
Duncan, Julia S., 151. 
Duncan, — , 178. 
Dunham, James J., 204. 
Dunham, Myrtle M., 204. 
Dunham, Owen S., 204. 
Dunham, Sarah, 171. 



Dunham, Shubael, 172. 
Dunn, John, 173. 
Durfee, Eliza, 272. 
Durfee, Lydia, 272. 
Durham, Alice, 150. 
Durham, Benjamin H., 150. 
Durham, Canfield, 150. 
Durham, Jefferson, 150. 
Durham, Louise, 150. 
Durham, Mary W., 150. 
Durham, Samuel W., 150. 
Durston, Elizabeth H, 50. 
Dwight, Eleanor, 154. 
Dwight, Ellsworth E., 154. 
Dwight, John, 154. 
Dwight, Katharine W., 154. 
Dwight, Margaret, 154. 
Dwight, Marion E., 154. 
Dwight, Martha L., 223. 
Dwight, Melatiah E., 154. 
Dwight, Richard E., 154. 
Dwight, William K., 154. 
Dwy, Elijah, 340. 
Dyer-Bennett, Richard S., 223. 

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Eames, John, 122. 
Eames, Mary, 127. 
Easton, Henry F., 255. 
Eaton, Hannah, 190. 
Edmonds, Avis, 334. 
Edwards, Freelove, 35. 
Ekengren, Elsie H. A., 117. 
Ekengren, W. A. F., 117. 
Eliot, Elizabeth, 48. 
Eliot, John, 48. 
Elliott, Charlotte, 345. 
Elliott, Frances, 292. 
Ellis, John D., 76. 
Ellis, Joseph P., 76. 
Ellis, Josephine E., 48, 76. 
Ellis, Mary I., 76. 
Ellis, Nelson, 138. 
Ellsmore, Thomas, 202. 
Ellsworth, Abigail, 74. 
Ellsworth, Delia, 74. 
Ellsworth, Erastus, 101. 
Ellsworth, Erastus W., 101. 



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Ellsworth, Frances, 74. 
Ellsworth, Henry L., 74. 
Ellsworth, Martin, 74, 101. 
Ellsworth, Mary L., 101. 
Ellsworth, Oliver, 74, 101. 
Ellsworth, William W., 74. 
Ely, Eunice C, 75. 
Emerson, Ada, 317. 
Emery, John, 108. 
English, Amzi, 92. 
Enos, J. L., 220. 
Ensign, Ellen C, 245. 
Esterbrooke, F. Eugene, 287. 
Evans, Dorothy, 122. 
Everly, Ida, 231. 
Everly, James O., 231. 
Everly, Reason H., 231. 
Ewing, Homer H., 294. 

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Falconer, Phebe J., 255. 
Falconer, Susan, 255. 
Fargo, Henry S., 273. 
Fargo, Ira, 273. 
Fell, Mae D., 114. 
Fenn, Dennis E., 162. 
Ferenbaugh, Amanda S., 287. 
Ferguson, Anna, 159. 
Fields, Thomas, 72. 
Filon, Sarah, 243. 
Fish, Chauncey, 176. 
Flagg, Charles N., 50. 
Flagg, Ernest, 50. 
Flagg, Jared, 50. 
Flagg, Jared B., 50. 
Flagg, Louise, 50. 
Flagg, Rosalie A., 50. 
Flagg, Washington A., 50. 
Fletcher, Benjamin H., 230. 
Fletcher, Celia W., 230. 
Fletcher, Conrad, 149. 
Fletcher, Frances E., 230. 
Fletcher, Mary, 230. 
Flint, John, 213. 
Folsom, John, 127. 
Forbes, Angela, 117. 
Force, Oscar, 286. 
Ford, Dixie A., 342. 



Foster, Clara J., 238. 
Fowler, Mollie, 346. 
Fox, Mary S., 332. 
Fox, Sarah A., 266. 
Frampton, Calista M., 152. 
Frampton, John K., 152. 
Frampton, Mendal G., 151. 
Frampton, Robert C, 152. 
Francis, Eliza, 282. 
Franklin, Elizabeth, 235. 
Franklin, Nancy, 271. 
Frayer, Abraham, 72. 
Frazer, William E., 305. 
Freeman, Frederick, 113. 
Freeman, Isabel C, 114. 
Freeman, Sylvester C, 287. 
Freeman, William C, 114. 
Freke, Mary, 52. 
French, Albert, 286. 
French, Clifford, 296. 
French, Lucy, 195. 
French, Rufus, 142. 
Fritz, John, 72. 
Fritz, Peter, 99. 
Frothingham, Cornelia, 165. 
Frothingham, Harriet, 165. 
Frothingham, Theodore, 118. 
Fuller, Jane D., 201. 
Fuller, Mary, 287. 

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Gabriel, Nettie M., 302. 
Gallaher, Lucinda, 151. 
Galloway, Frederick, 196. 
Gallup, Lucy, 250. 
Ganyard, Eldo, 209. 
Ganyard, Seymour, 209. 
Garber, Maud, 335. 
Garner, Cordelia, 294. 
Gaskins, Dolph L., 341. 
Gay, Keziah J., 201. 
Gay, Lois, 157. 
Gaylord, Eli, 158. 
Gaylord, Eliza, 163. 
Gaylord, Flavel, 93. 
Geer, Arabelle, 319. 
Gibbs, Alfred, 111. 
Gibbs, George, 111. 



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Gibbs, Wolcott, 111. 
Gibbs, — , 144. 
Gibson, Robert M., 356. 
Gibson, Marjory E., 356. 
Gilbert, Caroline, 339. 
Gilbert, Lucinda, 144. 
Gilchrist, Jason, 146. 
Gilhampton, Jane, 47. 
Gillespie, Margaret, 298. 
Gillett, Amy, 107. 
Gillett, Huldah J., 287. 
Gillett, Joel N., 215. 
Gillett, Lurenda H., 225. 
Gillett, Mary, 97. 
Gillett, Nathan, 108. 
Gillette, Hattie, 282. 
Gilman, Henry, 157. 
Githler, Mary, 288. 
Gleason, Peter B., 157. 
Glover, Fanny, 288. 
Godfrey, Lozett, 300. 
Goering, Mary D., 283. 
Goff, Asahel A., 126. 
Goff, Fannie, 187. 
Goffe, Abiah, 46. 
Golding, Joseph, 320. 
Goodell, Jesse, 76. 
Goodrich, Abigail, 122. 
Goodrich, Chauncey, 79. 
Goodrich, Lois, 90. 
Goodrich, Mary E., 166. 
Goodrich, Rebecca, 122. 
Goodrich, Rhoda, 126. 
Goodrich, Sarah, 104. 
Goodrich, Sylvia, 174. 
Goodsell, Mabel, 116. 
Goodsell, Percy H., 116. 
Goodsell, Samuel, 132. 
Goodwin, Clarinda, 143. 
Goodwin, Laura O., 143. 
Goodwin, Marcia M., 143. 
Goodwin, Russell W., 143. 
Goodwin, Seth, 143. 
Gorton, Ansel M., 92. 
Gorton, Benjamin, 92. 
Gorton, Caroline, 92. 
Gorton, Delana, 92. 
Gorton, Elijah K., 92. 



Gorton, Hannah, 92. 
Gorton, Mary, 285. 
Gorton, Sarah, 92. 
Gorton, Stephen, 92. 
Gould, Lovisa E., 229. 
Gould, Samuel, 141. 
Grace, Gertrude, 154. 
Gracie, William, 111. 
Grant, Abiel, 89. 
Grant, Roswell, 78. 
Gray, J. M., 220. 
Gray, Orin, 192. 
Green, Alexander, 169. 
Green, Craig W., 137. 
Green, Euphemia M., 137. 
Green, John, 169. 
Green, Harry C, 137 
Green, Mary W., 137. 
Green, Virginia L., 137. 
Green, Walter K, 137. 
Gregory, Clara C, 116. 
Griffen, Abram L., 273. 
Griffen, Clara E., 273. 
Griffen, Edmond H., 273. 
Griffen, Elgia G., 273. 
Griffen, Hannah M., 326. 
Griffen, Mary E., 273. 
Griffen, Orin A., 273. 
Griffen, Ward O., 273. 
Griffis, — , 136. 
Griswold, Elihu, 77. 
Griswold, Elizabeth, 34. 
Griswold, Matthew, 34, 57. 
Griswold, Roger, 57. 
Griswold, Sophia, 78. 
Griswold, Thomas, 123. 
Gross, Kathrine, 216. 
Guggenheim, Josephine, 327. 
Guild, Increase S., 121. 
Gunn, Mercy, 42. 
Gusten, Warren, 213. 

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llackett, Rachel, 144. 
Hacklcy, Aaron, 78. 
Ilackley, Sophia F.., 78. 
Hadlock, Elias, 137. 
I laine, Austin, 278. 



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Haine, Clarence, 278. 
Haine, Grace, 278. 
Haine, Jay, 278. 
Haine, Mabel, 278. 
Haine, Mary, 278. 
Haine, William J., 277. 
Hale, Charles W., 36. 
Hale, Fiona P., 36. 
Hale, Sophia, 224. 
Hall, Charles, 227. 
Hall, Edith L., 279. 
Hall, Edward P., 279. 
Hall, Elizabeth, 131. 
Hall, Mary C, 279. 
Hall, Mary M., 327. 
Hall, Nathan, 94. 
Hall, Ralph L., 279. 
Halsey, Henry, 107. 
Halstead, Miriam E., 258. 
Hamilton, Mabelle, 197. 
Hamlin, Susanna, 72. 
Hammond, Cyreno O., 297. 
Hannahs, Almira, 185. 
Hanson, Virginia W., 113. 
Harding, Henry E., 314. 
Harding, Timothy, 94. 
Harmon, Antoinette, 158. 
Harmon, Hortense, 158. 
Harmon, Norman, 158. 
Harmon, Rawson, 158. 
Harris, James, 213. 
Harris, Mary, 182. 
Harris, Sarah, 167. 
Harrison, Eliza R., 180. 
Harrison, Philemon, 105. 
Harrison, Sarah F., 282. 
Harry, Minnie, 288. 
Hart, Louise, 50. 
Hart, Lucinda, 50. 
Hart, Samuel, 50. 
Hart, William, 123. 
Hartwell, Mary, 68. 
Haskell, Harris, 102. 
Hastings, Abigail, 93. 
Hastings, Adeline M., 308. 
Hatch, Sophia, 356. 
Hatfield, Cynthia, 270. 
Havens, George F., 44. 



Havens, Julia M., 44. 
Hawk, Carrie B., 308. 
Hawkins, Lottie A., 329. 
Hawley, Abiah, 55. 
Hawley, Eleanor, 173. 
Hawley, Elizabeth, 66. 
Hawley, Hamilton, 173. 
Hawley, Mary, 89. 
Hawley, Norman, 173. 
Hawley, Sands, 173. 
Hawley, Truman, 131. 
Hayden, Alice E., 330. 
Hayes, Brice E., 197. 
Hayes, Charles C, 195. 
Hayes, Charles W., 196. 
Hayes, Charlotte, 288. 
Hayes, Ellen, 196. 
Hayes, Hannah, 196. 
Hayes, Joanna R., 196. 
Hayes, Margaret, 196. 
Hayes, Marquita, 196. 
Hayes, Orlena W., 196. 
Hayes, Rosa, 196. 
Hayes, Sidney, 196. 
Hayes, Stanley W., 197. 
Hayes, Willard, 196. 
Hayes, Wolcott P., 196. 
Hazen, Jennie A., 297. 
Heacox, Ann M., 265. 
Heathe, Victoria, 286. 
Hedges, Lettie M., 164. 
Heminway, Buell, 44. 
Heminway, Buell H., 44. 
Heminway, Helen L., 44. 
Heminway, Mary J., 44. 
Henry, Adeline M., 113. 
Henry, Alexander, 113. 
Henry, A. M., 231. 
Henry, Caroline M., 114. 
Henry, Charles W., 113, 114. 
Henry, D. Reeves, 114. 
Henry, Elizabeth W., 114. 
Henry, Emily R., 114. 
Henry, Gertrude H., 114. 
Henry, Howard H., 114. 
Henry, James, 231. 
Henry, James B., 114. 
Henry, John J., 114. 



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Henry, J. S., 231. 
Henry, Mary E., 231. 
Henry, Mattie, 231. 
Henry, Sarah D., 114. 
Henry, Snowden, 114. 
Henry, S. M., 231. 
Henry, Thomas C, 113. 
Henry, T. Charlton, 114. 
Henry, W. C, 231. 
Hermes, Caroline, 275. 
Herrick, Huldah, 243. 
Herrick, Rose M., 116. 
Hewett, Audley F., 308. 
Hickox, Hattie, 277. 
Higgins, Mary, 186. 
Higgins, Nancy, 125, 186. 
Higgins, Silas, 126. 
Hill, Albert T., 269. 
Hill, Edith M., 269. 
Hill, Eva E., 269. 
Hill, Frank E., 269. 
Hill, Truman A., 269. 
Hillman, Adeline, 276. 
Hills, Lucy, 142. 
Hills, Myra G., 313. 
Hine, Margaret, 163. 
Hinman, Gideon, 175. 
Hinsdale, Daniel, 106. 
Hitchcock, Harriet E., 245. 
Hitchcock, Jerusha, 188. 
Hitchcock, Lucius W., 108. 
Hitchcock, S. G., 171. 
Hodges, Louisa, 205. 
Hoffman, Lucy, 159. 
Hoffman, Margaret S., 192. 
Hoffman, Mary E., 244. 
Hollenbeck, Lydia, 148. 
Hollingsworth, Elizabeth, 293. 
Hollister, Anna F., 196. 
Hollister, Emily C, 196. 
Hollister, Frank, 196. 
Hollister, Helen, 196. 
Hollister, Mary T., 196. 
Hollister, Ruth A., 196. 
Hollister, Timothy, 54. 
Holmes, Estelle M, 274. 
Holmes, George L, 126. 
Holt, William, 241. 



Holton, John, 103. 
Homans, Thomas, 107. 
Hooker, Charles M., 109. 
Hooker, Chauncy, 125. 
Hooker, Frances, 109. 
Hooker, Henry E., 109. 
Hooker, Horace, 109. 
Hooker, Horace B., 109. 
Hooker, James W., 109. 
Hooker, John C, 109. 
Hooker, Julia W., 109. 
Hooker, Thomas, 109. 
Hopper, Annie, 155. 
Houlahan, Mildred F., 337. 
Housel, Belle, 328. 
Houston, Sallie B., 113. 
Howard, Elizabeth, 208. 
Howard, Elva, 336. 
Howe, Delinda, 134. 
Howes, Austin P., 197. 
Howland, Abby W., 165. 
Hoxmouth, Mary, 309. 
Hoyt, Albert, 48, 76. 
Hoyt, Albert E., 48. 
Hoyt, Ira, 48. 
Hoyt, Josephine C, 48. 
Hoyt, Theron C, 48. 
Hubbard, Martha, 265. 
Hudson, Louisa S., 189. 
Hudson, Timothy, 164. 
Huett, Justin, 213. 
Hull, Anna, 146. 
Hull, Charles B., 230. 
Humphrey, A. W., 306. 
Humphrey, Edgar \Y\, 306. 
Humphrey, Jessie L., 306. 
Hunt, Chester, 170. 
Hunt, Cornelia, 285. 
Hunt, Joseph, 55. 
Hunt, Mary, 136. 
Hunt, Robert M., 214. 
Hunt, Sarah, 136. 
Hunt, Sarah C, 36. 
Hunt, William, 35. 
Huntington, Betsey, 113. 
Huntley, Eliza, 268. 
Huntley, Mabel, 328. 
Hutchins, Julia S., 240. 



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Hutchinson, Amelia, 219. 
Hutchinson, Eva L., 335. 
Hyde, Sophronia, 176. 
Hyde, Spyrenus S., 270. 
Hyslop, Edna, 246. 



Imbusch, Arthur H., 43. 
Immel, Caroline, 314. 
Ingersoll, Lora, 207. 



Jenison, Naomi, 91. 
Jenkins, John F., 303. 
Jenks, E. J., 229. 
Jobe, Minnie, 342. 
Johnson, George, 145. 
Johnson, James B., 252. 
Johnson, Julia, 341. 
Johnson, Logan, 145. 
Johnston, Andrew J., 356. 
Johnston, Robert J., 35. 
Jones, Cephas, 144. 
Jones, Emily F., 164. 



Jackson 


Charles H, 115, 117. 


Jones, Harriet, 130. 


Jackson 


Edith A, 115. 


Jones, Jane L., 49. 


Jackson 


Eliot G., 117. 


Jones, Lydia B. I., 49. 


Jackson 


Eliza G., 117. 


Jones, Marinda M., 323. 


Jackson 


Elizabeth H. W., 116. 


Jones, Mary L., 323. 


Jackson 


Elizabeth S., 115. 


Jones, Nathan H., 49. 


Jackson 


Elizabeth W., 115. 


Jones, Pierpont E., 49. 


Jackson 


Florence, 115. 


Jones, — , 144. 


Jackson 


Frances A., 116. 


Jordan, Arthur, 153. 


Jackson 


Frederick H. W., 115. 


Jordan, Edith R., 153. 


Jackson 


Frederick W., 114, 115. 


Joy, Hannah, 155. 


Jackson 


Hannah W., 117. 


Judd, John, 50. 


Jackson 


Henry G, 117. 


Judd, Jonathan S., 244. 


Jackson 


Huntington W., 117. 


Judd, Rhoda, 50. 


Jackson 


John B, 115. 


Judd, Russell, 167. 


Jackson 


John D., 116. 


K 


Jackson 


John H., 116. 


Jackson 


John P., 113, 116, 117. 


Kear, Amanda A., 289. 


Jackson 


Joseph C, 116. 


Keeler, Lydia, 129. 


Jackson 


Joseph H. G., 116. 


Keeney, Raymond G., 43. 


Jackson 


Julia H., 114. 


Keep, Chauncey, 104. 


Jackson 


Katharine S., 116. 


Keep, Matthew, 70. 


Jackson 


Laura W., 113, 117. 


Keller, Barbara, 75. 


Jackson 


Lorraine W., 116. 


Kelley, Joanna, 146. 


Jackson 


Louise A., 115. 


Kellogg, Mary, 74. 


Jackson 


Margaret A., 115. 


Kelsey, Sarah, 242. 


Jackson 


Martha N., 116. 


Kendall, David, 225. 


Jackson 


Mary E., 113. 


Kendall, David W., 225. 


Jackson 


Nannie N, 115. 


Kendall, Olive C, 227. 


Jackson 


Nina F, 115. 


Kendall, Thomas J., 227. 


Jackson 


Oliver W., 115. 


Kennard, Leslie S., 300. 


Jackson 


Philip N., 115. 


Kennard, Wolcott, 300. 


Jackson 


Richard S., 116. 


Kennedy, Ellen, 173. 


Jackson 


Schuyler B., 115, 117. 


Kennedy, Thomas, 173. 


Jackson 


William E, 115. 


Ketchum, Genevieve, 154. 


Jarves, 


Deming, 117. 


Kibbe, Martha F., 281. 



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Kibby, Chester C, 210. 
Kibby, Edith E., 210. 
Kibby, Eldo, 210. 
Kibby, Ernest E., 210. 
Kibby, Frank E., 210. 
Kibby, George R., 210. 
Kibby, Melford S., 210. 
Kibby, Minnie E, 210. 
Kilborn, George, 108. 
Kilbourne, Charles L., 215. 
Killear, Elizabeth, 148. 
King, George, 96. 
King, Henry, 212. 
King, Ida E., 294. 
King, Mary H., 325. 
Kinzie, Eleanor M., 162. 
Kirby, Catherine W., 153. 
Kirby, Clement R., 151. 
Kirby, Edward P., 151. 
Kirby, Elizabeth P., 154. 
Kirby, Frances C, 152. 
Kirby, Helen M., 154. 
Kirby, Henry B., 154. 
Kirby, Henry W., 151. 
Kirby, Marian, 151. 
Kirby, William, 151. 
Kirby, William A., 151. 
Kirby, William J., 152. 
Kirk, June E., 248. 
Kirk, Lillian E, 248. 
Kirk, Newton T., 248. 
Kitchen, Edward, 52. 
Klinger, Marion C, 291. 
Klinger, — , 291. 
Knapp, Benjamin, 187. 
Knapp, David, 130. 
Knapp, Josiah M., 183. 
Kniblo, Anson, 180. 
Knickerbocker, George, 147. 
Knickerbocker, Nancy, 149. 
Knight, Ada, 278. 
Knowles, Isaac, 93. 
Knox, Asuba, 208. 



Laman, Margaret, 146. 
Laman, Mary, 146. 
Laman, Mason, 146. 



Lampman, David, 148. 
Lampman, Roxanna, 148. 
Lane, Albert, 295. 
Lane, Clark, 295. 
Lane, Edward B., 295. 
Lane, Martin, 295. 
Lane, Mary, 295. 
Lane, Samuel, 130. 
Lane, Sarah, 339. 
Lane, Sophia, 295. 
Lane, Walter, 295. 
Lasher, Betsey, 149. 
Law, Dorothy W., 253. 
Law, Richard, 105. 
Law, William F., 253. 
Lay, Asa, 70. 
Lay, Robert, 70. 
Leach, Daniel, 102. 
Lebo, Mary A., 319. 
Ledger, Martin M., 268. 
Ledger, Myrtle A., 268. 
Ledoyt, Mary H., 233. 
Lee, Bertha, 296. 
Lee, Harriet, 188. 
Lee, Jennie M., 296. 
Lee, John, 296. 
Lee, Martin, 296. 
Lee, Mary J., 340. 
Lee, Sarah J., 263. 
Lee, Walter, 296. 
Leftwich, Martha G, 338. 
Lent, Anna M., 247. 
Leonard, Fred H., 330. 
Leveredge, Izelia, 342. 
Lewis, Barbour, 154. 
Lewis, Ellen A., 236. 
Lewis, Esther, 108. 
Lewis, Jane E., 235. 
Lewis, Julia E., 284. 
Lewis, Marah, 252. 
Lewis, Nancy, 96. 
Libby, Harriet, 267. 
Liddle, Mary E., 276. 
Lindsay, Joseph, 145. 
Linn, Richard M., 278. 
Lloyd, Mary C, 114. 
Lodge, Daisy, 347. 
Long, Joseph M., 187. 



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Longaker, Josephine G., 327. 
Loomis, Abigail, 43, 69. 
Loomis, Benjamin, 72. 
Loomis, Catherine, 71. 
Loomis, Damaris, 71. 
Loomis, Daniel, 92. 
Loomis, Diminis, 167. 
Loomis, Elihu, 71. 
Loomis, Elijah, 72. 
Loomis, Hannah, 110. 
Loomis, John, 71. 
Loomis, Joseph, 72. 
Loomis, Redexelana, 71. 
Loomis, Sarah, 72. 
Loomis, Uriah, 66. 
Loomis, Warham, 72, 97. 
Lord, Harriet B., 267. 
Lord, Lewis, 149. 
Lord, Marvin, 77. 
Lord, Sarah, 48. 
Lorenberger, George, 99. 
Loring, Eliza, 241. 
Loucks, Huldah A., 144. 
Loveland, Asa, 94. 
Lowe, Annie, 321. 
Lowrie, Andrew G., 157. 
Lubar, Sophia, 204. 
Lyman, Emeline J., 258. 
Lyman, William, 205. 
Lyon, Henry, 130. 
Lytle, Bertha E., 322. 
Lytle, Charles E., 322. 
Lytle, Clarence E., 322. 
Lytle, George W., 322. 
Lytle, Samuel S., 322. 

M 

MacGregor, Mary A., 231. 
Maclntyre, Helen B., 344. 
MacKean, Samuel J., 76. 
MacKean, Sidney C, 76. 
Magill, Arthur W., 107. 
Maguire, Frank R., 265. 
Maine, Clarinda W., 35. 
Maine, Jabish B., 35. 
Maine, Jonas, 35. 
Mallory, Caleb, 92. 
Maltbie, Benjamin, 186. 



Maltbie, Carrie, 278. 
Maltbie, Marius E., 278. 
Manwaring, Christopher, 106. 
Marcellus, Caroline, 204. 
Markham, Rebecca, 169. 
Marsh, Clarence, 317. 
Marsh, Lydia A., 292. 
Marshall, Emily, 161. 
Marshall, Sidney, 295. 
Marshall, Warren, 107. 
Martin, Jane A., 251. 
Martin, Lucy A., 313. 
Marvin, Anna W., 252. 
Marvin, Clitus H., 252. 
Marvin, William H., 251. 
Marvin, W. B., 252. 
Mather, Abigail, 73. 
Mather, Ellsworth, 107. 
Mather, Frederick E., 107. 
Mather, Increase, 74. 
Mather, Maria E., 159. 
Mather, Oliver W., 107. 
Matlock, David W., 235. 
Matter, Hannah, 259. 
McAuley, James, 146. 
McCloud, Azubah B., 142. 
McCloud, Caroline W., 143. 
McCloud, Emeline, 143. 
McCloud, Henry, 143. 
McCloud, John, 142. 
McCloud, Lenore, 277. 
McCloud, Louisa, 143. 
McCloud, Melissa A., 143. 
McClure, Caroline, 198. 
McClure, Rachel M., 151. 
McCombs, Martha A., 183. 
McCorkle, Mary E., 114. 
McCracken, Anna, 161. 
McCrae, Elizabeth, 308. 
McCullough, Maria, 204. 
McCullough, Robert, 184. 
McCune, Mary, 189. 
McCune, S. S., 189. 
McHary, Jane A., 263. 
McHenry, -Emily F., 193. 
McHenry, Julia E., 287. 
McKennett, Jennie^ 255. 
McKinzie, Eleanor, 162. 



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McLaughlin, Bessie, 152. 
McLaughlin, Edward K., 152. 
McLaughlin, Frances, 153. 
McLaughlin, Frances J., 152. 
McLaughlin, Frank W., 153. 
McLaughlin, Gertrude, 152. 
McLaughlin, Harry J., 152. 
McLaughlin, Harry W., 153. 
McLaughlin, Helen K., 153. 
McLaughlin, Helen M., 153. 
McLaughlin, Hugh J., 152. 
McLaughlin, James, 152. 
McLaughlin, Robert B., 152. 
McLaughlin, Rollin K, 152. 
McLaughlin, Ruth K, 152. 
McLaughlin, William K., 152. 
McMillan, F. A., 305. 
McMillan, William J., 305. 
McMurtise, Mary A., 262. 
McNulty, Hannah B., 191. 
McWatters, James, 212. 
McWatters, Margaret D., 213. 
Mehan, Mary E., 276. 
Merchant, Sarah E. C, 165. 
Merchant, Stephen L., 166. 
Merriam, Charles W., 303. 
Merriam, Henry H., 303. 
Merriam, Mary E., 303. 
Merriman, Maude, 338. 
Merrill, Elizabeth, 137. 
Merrill, Elmira, 322. 
Merrill, Hiram, 137. 
Merrill, Ira, 137. 
Merrill, Lavina M., 291. 
Merrill, Sarah M., 273. 
Merrill, Tamar, 190. 
Messenger, Catherine, 97. 
Metcalf, Celia M, 230. 
Metcalf, Frances, 221. 
Metcalf, Frances F., 230. 
Metcalf, Joseph P., 230. 
Metcalf, Mary F., 230. 
Metcalf, Ruth, 230. 
Miller, Augusta, 300. 
Miller, Carrie P., 341. 
Miller, Charles W., 184. 
Miller, Ella F., 184. 
Miller, Hattie L, 184. 



Miller, Helen E., 226. 
Miller, Isaac H., 184. 
Miller, Jennie C, 184. 
Miller, John F., 184. 
Miller, William, 172. 
Miller, Willis G., 184. 
Mills, Stone, 71. 
Mills, Wilfred C, 312. 
Minard, Nora, 349. 
Minke, George C, 356. 
Minke, Ralph A., 356. 
Mitchell, David, 89. 
Mitchell, Mary, 127. 
Moll, Mary, 341. 
Mollison, John, 219. 
Mollison, Margaret H., 219. 
Mollison, Minnie E., 219. 
Mollison, Orville A., 219. 
Mollison, William H, 219. 
Montague, Samuel G, 121. 
Montgomery, Robert M., 186. 
Moody, Henry, 138. 
Moor, Linnie M., 348. 
Moore, Annie R., 43. 
Moore, Caroline E., 303. 
Moore, George W., 43. 
Moore, James B., 43. 
Moore, James R., 43. 
Moore, Laura C, 43. 
Moore, Priscilla, 192. 
Moore, William, 98. 
Moorman, Laura, 345. 
Morehouse, Mary, 247. 
Morgan, Augustus W., 270. 
Morgan, Clarence A., 325. 
Morgan, Flora A., 270. 
Morgan, Guy P., 270. 
Morgan, Hannah, 34. 
Morgan, James, 324. 
Morgan, Lucius W., 325. 
Morgan, Maria, 181. 
Morgan, Mary E., 261. 
Morris, Eliza, 194. 
Morris, Esther, 169. 
Morris, Hiram, 92. 
Morrison, Jeanette, 139. 
Morrison, Sarah A., 222. 
Moseley, Abner, 51. 



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Moseley, Charles, 79. 
Moseley, Eunice, 51. 
Moseley, Joseph, 51. 
Moseley, William, 79. 
Moshier, Laura, 325. 
Mounts, Ada, 336. 
Mowery, Bedford, 159. 
Mulhollan, Eliza, 131. 
Mumford, Charlotte W., 105. 
Mumford, Mary, 224. 
Munger, Charles N., 297. 
Munger, Esther G., 297. 
Munger, William P., 297. 
Munn, Floyd L., 292. 
Munn, Malinda, 233. 
Munn, Thomas, 95. 
Munsell, Hannah, 95. 
Munsell, Miriam, 157. 
Murray, Sarah, 213. 

N 

Neal, Julia, 302. 
Neal, William, 192. 
Neals, Candace, 203. 
Neele, Thomas, 180. 
Neely, Alfred G., 271. 
Neely, Harriet, 271. 
Neely, Jennie, 271. 
"Newberry, Alice, 185. 
Newberry, Edward L., 185. 
Newberry, Hannah, 66. 
Newberry, Kate L., 185. 
Newberry, Marah, 75. 
Newberry, Mary E., 185. 
Newberry, Roger, 56. 
Newberry, Sarah, 40. 
Newberry, William P., 185. 
Newberry, William R., 185. 
Newton, Eunice, 206. 
Newton, Helen A., 316. 
Newton, Matthew, 143. 
Neygus, Clara, 272. 
Neygus, Lillie, 272. 
Neygus, Mary, 326. 
Neygus, Susan, 272. 
Neygus, Warren W., 272. 
Nicholas, Hannah, 48. 
Nicholson, Jennie M., 331. 



Niemeyer, Geraldine, 220. 
Niemeyer, John, 220. 
Niemeyer, John A., 220. 
Nobis, Jessie O., 301. 
Noble, Daniel, 94. 
Noble, Edward W., 94. 
Noble, Mary, 94, 317. 
North, James, 50. 
North, Jonathan, 66. 
North, Orpha, 50. 
Northam, Louisa M., 247. 
Northup, Catherine E., 259. 
Northup, Henrietta M., 259. 
Norton, Charles R., 159. 
Norton, Olive K., 213. 
Norton, Ruth, 49. 
'Nott, Elizabeth, 93. 
Nott, Sarah, 90. 
Nottaway, Catharine, 254. 
Nowlen, Mildred L., 356. 
Nowlen, Charles C, 356. 
Nowlen, Madge W., 356. 
Nowlen, Samuel C, 356. 
Nunan, Louis, 346. 
Nye, Nannie J., 114. 

o 

Olcott, Benoni, 67. 
Olmstead, Florence E., 350. 
Olmsted, Naomi, 73. 
Olmsted, Stephen, 55. 
Ortgeison, Minnie, 255. 
Osborn, Charles H., 205. 
Osborn, Samuel, 120. 
Otis, Adeline M., 255. 
Otwell, Thomas H., 196. 
Oviatt, John S., 158. 
Owens, Delia Z., 319. 



Pace, Michael J., 92. 
Page, Bessie, 331. 
Page, Elizabeth B., 258. 
Paige, Rosa E., 196. 
Palmer, Ruby, 56. 
Papilion, Elizabeth, 67. 
Parish, Jasper, 145. 



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Park, Elizabeth, 137. 
Park, Samuel, 96. 
Park, Susanna, 96. 
Park, Thomas, 96. 
Parker, Charles H., 113. 
Parker, Margaret, 212. 
Parmelee, Pearle A., 347. 
Parsons, Edward S., 307. 
Parsons, John, 120. 
Parsons, Lucy, 107. 
Parsons, Rufus, 96. 
Patchen, Ellen, 354. 
Patchin, Ethel M., 349. 
Paton, William A., 115. 
Patrick, Mattie, 213. 
Patterson, Caroline O., 250. 
Paul, Naomi, 228. 
Paull, Joanna, 160. 
Peabody, Lucetta, 259. 
Pease, Addie, 283. 
Pease, Erastus, 172. 
Peaster, Mary, 149. 
Peck, Ann E., 314. 
Peck, Charles F., 76. 
Peck, Elizabeth C, 76. 
Peck, Susan H., 249. 
Peet, Lyman W., 162. 
Penfield, Alpheus, 132. 
Perico, Joseph, 96. 
Perry, Carlton H., 151. 
Perry, Fannie L., 237. 
Perry, Howard W., 151. 
Perry, Katharine W., 151. 
Pescang, Sadie E., 301. 
Pettibone, Alfred W., 258. 
Pew, Joseph, 95. 
Pew, Marietta, 332. 
Phelps, Lucinda, 97. 
Phelps, Seth, 96. 
Phillen, Silence, 144. 
Phillips, Arch, 231. 
Phillips, Lydia A., 199. 
Phinney, Ida E., 337. 
Pierce, Chester J., 293. 
Pierce, Fmma R., 320. 
Pierce, Fannie, 237. 
Pierce, Francis E., 188. 
Pierce, Julia A., 265. 



Pierce, Louise D., 293. 
Pierce, Mercy M., 257. 
Pierce, Nina W., 293. 
Pierce, Percy E., 293. 
Pierce, Priscilla, 293. 
Pierce, Roland H., 293. 
Pinkney, Frances, 300. 
Pinney, Abi, 119. 
Pitkin, Martha, 42. 
Pitkin, Ruth, 109. 
Piatt, Lois, 147. 
Plummer, Ellen E., 167. 
Pomeroy, Ebenezer, 103. 
Pond, Maggie, 346. 
Poole, Lucinda, 209. 
Pope, Harriet A., 221. 
Porter, Annis, 162. 
Porter, Jesse R., 179. 
Porter, Milton B., 179. 
Post, Henry W., 340. 
Potter, Elisha, 75. 
Potter, Gertrude M., 75. 
Potter, Rosette, 76. 
Potter, Samuel T., 75. 
Powers, Henry, 156. 
Powers, Josephine E., 344. 
Pratt, Carrie L, 217. 
Pratt, Florence W., 217. 
Pratt, Jedediah, 70. 
Pratt, Louisa C, 314. 
Pratt, Seneca L., 216. 
Presbrey, Delia M., 36. 
Prescott, Edith, 238. 
Press, Eleanor C, 297. 
Preston, Abigail, 211. 
Preston, Addie M., 255. 
Preston, Charles F., 230. 
Price, James, 98. 
Price, Jerusha, 91. 
Price, John, 40. 
Price, Mary M., 315. 
Price, Walter, 40. 
Prince, Claire M., 310. 
Proctor, Leonard, 162. 
Pryor, Lyman P., 336. 
Puloie, John, 149. 
Putnam, Calvin, 142. 
Putnam, Russell, 142. 



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Q 

Quigley, D. Burt, 285. 
Quinby, Caroline, 202. 
Quinn, Patrick, 99. 

R 

Race, Harriet, 148. 
Race, Lydia, 98. 
Ralph, Cornelia C, 179. 
Ralph, George, 179. 
Ralph, George A., 179. 
Ralph, George F., 179. 
Ralph, Wilbur B., 179. 
Ralston, Ralph, 161. 
Ramsey, Frances, 268. 
Rand, John P., 124. 
Randolph, Peter, 138. 
Rankin, Catharine A., 166. 
Rankin, Francis H., 118. 
Rankin, Frederick W., 118. 
Rankin, Robert G., 118. 
Rauner, Charles L., 257. 
Rauner, Ethel G., 257. 
Rauner, E. Grace, 257. 
Rauner, Ruth M., 257. 
Reaves, Emma A., 312. 
Redner, Esther M., 315. 
Reed, Joanna, 146. 
Reed, Justus, 75. 
Reed, Lewis E., 258. 
Reed, Sarah, 71, 75. 
Reed, William, 96. 
Reeves, Clara, 114. 
Reinwald, Kate, 305. 
Reitzel, John, 326. 
Relyea, Jennie, 272. 
Reynolds, Abigail, 211. 
Reynolds, Hezekiah, 104. 
Reynolds, Lee O., 282. 
Reynolds, Maida H., 282. 
Reynolds, Martha D. W., 104. 
Reynolds, Minerva, 295. 
Reynolds, Robert M., 282. 
Reynolds, Walter N., 282. 
Reynolds, William, 130. 
Rice, Sarah E., 171. 



Richards, Annie, 43. 
Richards, Elizabeth, 283. 
Richards, Henry, 276. 
Richards, Mary, 77. 
Richardson, John B., 104. 
Richmond, Rachel G., 343. 
Ridgway, Philip, 127. 
Riggs, Elsie W., 316. 
Riker, J. W., 286. 
Riley, Evelyn B., 309. 
Robbins, Frederick, 90. 
Robbins, George, 106. 
Robbins, Hopeful, 51. 
Robbins, Jonathan, 51. 
Robbins, Levi, 90. 
Robbins, Mary, 51. 
Robbins, Mary W., 181. 
Robbins, Prudence, 119. 
Robbins, Rhoda, 123, 178. 
Robbins, Samuel, 51. 
Robe, Elizabeth, 281. 
Roberts, Abner, 93. 
Roberts, Algernon, 114. 
Roberts, Bayard H., 114. 
Roberts, Charles W., 144. 
Roberts, Colla~D„ 144. 
Roberts, C. Merrill, 144. 
Roberts, Elizabeth B., 105. 
Roberts, Grace L., 144. 
Roberts, Isaac W., 114. 
Roberts, Iva, 144. 
Roberts, Jennie C, 144. 
Roberts, John D., 144. 
Roberts, May C, 144. 
Roberts, Orla, 278. 
Roberts, William G., 144. 
Roberts, Ziba, 144. 
Robeson, Jane I., 114. 
Robeson, Sarah M., 310. 
Robinson, Elisha, 124. 
Robinson, John R., 230. 
Robinson, Levi, 149. 
Robinson, Theresa, 51. 
Robinson, William, 73. 
Rockwell, Abigail, 140. 
Rockwell, Charles, 73. 
Rockwell, Emily, 241. 
Rockwell, Persis C, 168. 



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Rockwell, Rhoda, 177. 
Roebling, Ferdinand W., 230. 
Rogers, Bathsheba, 34. 
Rogers, John, 34. 
Rogers, Lucy, 105. 
Rogers, Mary, 132. 
Rogers, Nancy, 272. 
Rommel, Carrie W., 318. 
Root, Elizabeth, 140, 182. 
Root, Phebe J., 92. 
Roraback, Elisha, 340. 
Rose, Healon, 133. 
Roseman, Lucile L., 281. 
Roseman, Paul W., 281. 
Roseman, Wilbur F., 281. 
Ross, Carlton P., 153. 
Ross, Catherine, 153. 
Ross, Charles E., 153. 
Ross, Clifford C, 153. 
Ross, Edith W., 153. 
Ross, Edward K., 153. 
Ross, Edward S., 153. 
Ross, Elizabeth K., 153. 
Ross, Grey K., 153. 
Ross, Helen, 153. 
Ross, Helen D., 153. 
Ross, Laura J., 215. 
Ross, Mabel W., 153. 
Roswell, Cora, 354. 
Rouse, Mary H., 264. 
Rowe, Nicholas, 159. 
Rowland, Alithea, 106. 
Rowland, Mary E., 260. 
Rowley, Carrie, 253. 
Rowley, Ezra, 92. 
Rowley, Helen W., 335. 
Rowley, Phebe, 203. 
Rudy, Clara, 155. 
Runciman, M. Agnes, 57. 
Russell, Clara A., 350. 
Russell, David, 174. 
Russell, Ellis, 71. 
Russell, James, 40. 
Russell, Jonathan, 67. 
Russell, Lydia, 125. 
Russell, Mary M., 334. 
Russell, Willis, 103. 
Ryan, Charles, 224. 



Sackett, Catherine, 97. 
Sadd, Eunice, 140. 
Salter, Jane V., 223. 
Sanborn, Mary, 233. 
Sanford, Albert, 178. 
Sanford, Julius A., 178. 
Saunders, Elizabeth, 34. 
Savage, Adelia, 344. 
Saxton, Barbara, 253. 
Saxton, Desire, 120. 
Saxton, Edward, 128. 
Say, Asa, 70. 
Say, Robert, 70. 
Sayen, Georgiana, 304. 
Scarborough, Polly, 57. 
Scherrer, Kathe, 349. 
Schutt, Rebecca, 99. 
Scott, Edify, 92. 
Scott, Eva J., 255. 
Scott, Nora C, 279. 
Scovil, Asenath, 43. 
Scoville, Mary A., 232. 
Scudder, Delinar W., 227. 
Scudder, Ezekiel, 227. 
Scudder, Grace L., 227. 
Scudder, Sarah J., 227. 
Searle, Anna I., 194. 
Searle, Charles B., 194. 
Searle, Genevieve W., 194. 
Searle, George W., 194. 
Selden, George D., 230. 
Sellew, Asa, 124. 
Sellew, Chauncey B., 124. 
Sellew, Elisha W., 124, 132. 
Sellew, John, 124. 
Sellew, Marie, 124. 
Sewall, Hannah, 127. 
Sexton, Mary, 97. 
Seymour, Elias, 69. 
Seymour, Jane, 220. 
Seyter, Albert, 286. 
Shaatz, Alice, 340. 
Shackelford, Elmer E., 331. 
Shackelford, Harold. 331. 
Shaffer, Catharine, 179. 
Sharp, Mabel, 354. 



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Shaw, Flora, 216. 
Sheldon, Sarah C, 260. 
Shepard, Samuel, 187. 
Shepherd, Mary, 206. 
Sherman, Alice, 296. 
Sherman, Nancy M., 339. 
Shields, Nancy, 214. 
Shipton, Frank, 219. 
Shumway, Josiah, 91. 
Shurnafelt, Mary E., 259. 
Sibert, Kittie, 155. 
Sibley, Martha A., 265. 
Sigourney, Andrew, 91. 
Simpkinson, Mary H., 276. 
Simpson, Sophia, 158. 
Skene, James, 219. 
Skinner, Lewis T., 208. 
Skinner, Newton, 101. 
Skinner, Samuel W., 101. 
Skinner, Warren, 168. 
Slater, Mary, 121. 
Slaughter, Elizabeth, 264. 



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Alva, 173. 
Amie I., 322. 
Anne S., 251. 
Annett, 284. 
Annie L., 50, 121. 
Bathsheba, 34. 
Bernard, 122. 
Coresta, 126. 
Cynthia, 188. 
Cynthia A., 245. 
Daniel, 97. 
Eleanor L., 336. 
Francis B., 135. 
Gideon, 122. 
John, 173. 
Lillie C, 348. 
Lucy, 133. 
Mary A., 274. 
Mary J., 218. 
Nancy, 173. 
Sidney W., 126. 
Sophia, 173. 
Theresa S., 126. 
William, 50, 126. 
William H., 50. 



Smith, William S., 171. 
Smith, — , 145. 
Snow, Hannah M., 52. 
Southard, Thomas C, 196. 
Southard, Thomas H., 196. 
Southgate, Helen B., 213. 
Southgate, John N., 213. 
Spafford, Bert, 253. 
Sparrow, Frederick W., 265. 
Sparrow, Jackson W., 265. 
Sparrow, Millicent W., 265. 
Sparrow, William, 265. 
Spaulding, Mary A., 161. 
Spear, John, 140. 
Speer, Harry L., 301. 
Speer, Lois H, 301. 
Speer, Roscoe W., 301. 
Speer, William, 301. 
Spencer, Dorothy H., 277. 
Spencer, James, 193. 
Spencer, Minerva, 282. 
Spencer, Tracy C, 277. 
Spicer, — , 95. 
Sprague, Mary, 213. 
Squiers, Maria, 135. 
Squire, Lucy B., 268. 
Squire, Robert A., 268. 
Squire, Roger W., 268. 
Squire, Wilbur H, 267. 
Squire, William L, 268. 
Squire, Wolcott, 268. 
Squires, Rosetta, 128. 
St. John, — , 204. 
Stanger, Richard, 257. 
Stanton, Elizabeth, 214. 
Stanton, Fanny, 334. 
Stanton, Libby, 285. 
Stanton, Matilda D., 220. 
Stanton, Pamphila, 234. 
Stanton, Solon W., 220. 
Stark, Charles M, 217. 
Stark, Charles W., 217. 
Stark, Flora C, 217. 
Stark, Helen L., 217. 
Stark, John V., 217. 
Stark, Martin C, 217. 
Stark, Paul M., 217. 
Starling, Lorana, 197. 



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Starr, Mary A., 161. 
Starr, Lydia, 139. 
Stearns, Charles, 212. 
Stearns, Ellen, 212. 
Stearns, Timothy, 212. 
Steel, Salter, 130. 
Steele, Almira, 76. 
Steele, Elisha, 75. 
Steele, James, 103. 
Steele, Mary, 156. 
Steele, Polly, 75. 
Steele, Sarah, 75. 
Stephens, Edith B., 352. 
Stevens, Ada, 253. 
Stevens, Esther, 101. 
Stevens, Herbert, 253. 
Stevens, Washington L., 115. 
Stevens, Webber, 253. 
Stevens, Will, 253. 
Stevens, — , 142. 
Stevenson, Hannah, 311. 
Stewart, Francesca L., 116. 
Stewart, Jane, 184. 
Stewart, Lewis, 116. 
Stewart, Maria, 156. 
Stewart, Sophia, 215. 
Stewart, Warren, 156. 
Stillman, Caroline, 251. 
Stillman, John, 52. 
Stoddard, James G., 35. 
Stoddard, Jonathan, 34. 
Stoddard, Mark, 34. 
Stoddard, Mary H, 35. 
Stoddard, Robert, 34. 
Stone, Henry B., 148. 
Stone, Nathan, 104. 
Stone, Phebe C, 247. 
Stosch, Walter J., 334. 
Stoughton, Elizabeth, 110, 140. 
Stoughton, Joseph, 71. 
Stoughton, Lucy, 168. 
Stoughton, Samuel, 55. 
Stoughton, William, 54, 66. 
Stow, Catherine M. r 277. 
Stow, Zcbulon, 158. 
Stowe, Charles, 296. 
Stowe, De Witt, 296. 
Stowe, Frank 296. 



Stowe, Hattie, 296. 
Stowe, Ida, 296. 
Stowe, Martha, 296. 
Stowe, Mary A., 340. 
Stowe, William, 296. 
Street, Frederick F., 105. 
Street, George E., 105. 
Street, Henry A., 105. 
Street, Thaddeus, 104. 
Street, William R., 105. 
Strong, Erastus, 106. 
Strong, Hephzibah, 56. 
Strong, John, 56. 
Strong, John O., 294. 
Strong, Mabel W., 294. 
Strong, Mary, 121. 
Strother, Nancy O., 345. 
Studley, Mary M., 242. 
Sturtevant, Horatio M., 131. 
Sturtevant, Kate, 152. 
Sturtevant, Richard L., 285. 
Sullivan, Miranda, 212. 
Sutherland, Joshua, 172. 
Swain, Agnes A., 250. 
Swancott, Georeana, 280. 
Sweetland, Carrie V., 200. 
Sweetland, Ruth H, 206. 
Sweetser, Luke, 169. 
Swift, Anna, 299. 



Taft, Fayette L, 258. 
Taft, Majory, 75. 
Talcott, George S., 50. 
Talcott, Henry, 106. 
Talcott, John, 49. 
Talcott, Rachel, 55. 
Talcott, Sarah, 49. 
Tallmon, Lewis B., 325. 
Taylor, Bertha M., 348. 
Taylor, Emma L., 288. 
Taylor, George W., 132. 
Taylor, John, 53. 
Taylor, Ruth, 138. 
Taylor, Sarah, 148. 
Taylor, Susanna, 193. 
Thayer, Lyman. 211. 
Thomas, Sallie B., 265. 



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Thompson, Arthur R., 72. 
Thompson, Benoni, 140. 
Thompson, Charles E., 72. 
Thompson, Emma J., 72. 
Thompson, Harriet M., 72. 
Thompson, John T., 71. 
Thompson, Maria, 266. 
Thompson, Mary A., 58. 
Thompson, Rosa J., 153. 
Thompson, Samuel, 95. 
Thornton, Alice M., 301. 
Thornton, Charles D., 301. 
Thornton, Mona M., 301. 
Thornton, Wallace D., 301. 
Thrall, Homer, 134. 
Thrall, Linus G., 134. 
Thurber, Elizabeth, 129. 
Thurston, David, 212. 
Toby, Adelia, 286. 
Toll, Charles H, 222. 
Toll, Henry W., 222. 
Toll, Oliver W., 222. 
Toll, Roger W., 222. 
Tollarday, Ruth, 190. 
Tongren, Julia E., 292. 
Torrey, Warren S., 273. 
Towne, Elizabeth, 124. 
Townes, John A., 231. 
Townes, Mary, 231. 
Townes, Nettie, 231. 
Townsend, Eliza A., 297. 
Tracy, Sabrina, 183. 
Tracy, Wallace, 142. 
Treat, Elizabeth, 42. 
Treat, Harriet E., 236. 
Treat, Henry B., 236. 
Treat, Samuel, 54, 77, 103. 
Tregoning, Elizabeth, 257. 
Troxell, B. F., 345. 
Tucker, Lewis, 142. 
Tudor, Ursula, 102. 
Tupper, Emeline, 231. 
Turner, Alzina, 233. 
Turvey, Eliza, 97. 
Tuttle, Lucius D., 188. 
Twining, Ann, 94. 
Twining, Susan, 135. 
Tyler, Job, 72. 
Tyler, Sybil, 268. 



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Underhill, Eleazur, 174. 
Underwood, Laura A., 246. 
Unwin, Parkinson, 224. 
Unwin, Richmond W., 224. 
Upson, Elizabeth T., 105. 
Upson, Emma C, 292. 

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Vaille, Agnes W., 221. 
Vaille, Edith W., 221. 
Vaille, Frederick C, 221. 
Vaille, Harriet W., 221. 
Valentine, Hosea, 136. 
Vanarsdale, Isabel, 192. 
Vanderbilt, Mary L, 220. 
Van Dusen, Charlotte, 149. 
Van Dusen, Jacob, 149. 
Van Dusen, Jacob T., 148. 
Van Dusen, Levi, 149. 
Van Orman, Susan, 209. 
Van Peyma, Sadie J., 276. 
Van Rensselaer, Stephen, , 159. 
Van Vleck, William G., 263. 
Verplanck, Samuel, 166. 

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Wadsworth, Cora, 302. 
Wadsworth, James, 100. 
Wadsworth, James S., 101. 
Wadsworth, Laura B., 205. 
Wagener, Henry, 146. 
Walbridge, Elizabeth, 304. 
Waldo, Lucy, 107. 
Waldron, Libbie, 340. 
Walker, Samuel, 140. 
Walker, Sarah P., 303. 
Wallace, Mary E., 196. 
Wallace, Silas M., 196. 
Wallace, Silas W., 196. 
Wallof, Charles A., 289. 
Wallof, Charles W., 289. 
Ward, Arby J., 277. 
Ward, Arthur A., 52. 
Ward, Geraldine A., 277. 
Ward, Hazel G, 277. 
Ward, James F., 52. 



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Ward, Zelma H., 277. 
Warner, Eleanor, 172. 
Warner, Fannie, 189. 
Warner, Levi, 68. 
Warner, Mary, 170. 
Warner, Prudence, 95. 
Washburn, Salome, 149. 
Waterbury, Helen G., 333. 
Waterhouse, Abraham, 67. 
Waterman, Elijah, 106. 
Waters, Rufus E., 184. 
Watrous, Irene A., 325. 
Watrous, Loyal H., 324. 
Watson, Anne, 43. 
Watson, Libby, 287. 
Watts, Martin S., 116. 
Watts, Martin S. H., 116. 
Watts, Schuyler W. J., 116. 
Wean, Clarence B., 356. 
Wean, Clermont D., 356. 
Wean, Daniel S., 356. 
Wean, Louise R., 356. 
Webb, Abigail, 176. 
Webb, Rebecca B., 280. 
Webster, John P., 75. 
Webster, John R., 75. 
Webster, Selah, 123. 
Weed, Joseph B., 90. 
Weekes, Belle G., 179. 
Weekes, Robert S., 179. 
Weekes, Robert W., 179. 
Weeks, Allen W., 273. 
Weeks, Lydia, 135. 
Weeks, Olive W., 323. 
Weld, William, 312. 
Wells, Abigail, 182. 
Wells, Arietta, 179. 
Wells, Elijah, 51. 
Wells, Eunice, 51. 
Wells, Fannie I., 338. 
Wells, Huldah, 122. 
Wells, John, 181. 
Wells, Joseph, 51. 
Wells, Julia E. ( 179. 
Wells, Juliette, 264. 
Wells, Lucinda G., 269. 
Wells, Lydia A., 180. 
Wells, Mary, 51, 123, 163. 



Wells, Mary C, 181 
Wells, Robert, 51, 179. 
Wells, Sarah, 51, 120. 
Welton, Clarinda J., 44. 
Welton, Isaac, 43. 
Welts, Mary E, 286. 
Wershisher, Jennie, 300. 
Westlake, Fanny M., 245. 
Wetherell, David, 212. 
Wetherell, Eliza G., 298. 
Wetherell, Jane, 212. 
Wheelden, Bettie, 346. 
Wheeler, Mary, 143. 
Wheeler, Mary Ann, 257. 
Whipple, Walter, 271. 
White, Ann, 264. 
White, Horace C, 135. 
White, Lucy, 69. 
Whitehead, Asa, 113. 
Whiting, Theodore P., 277. 
Whitman, Clarissa, 176. 
Whitney, Almira, 252. 
Whitney, Henry, 122. 
Wiard, Anna L, 253. 
Wiard, Harry, 252. 
Wiard, Katharine W., 252. 
Wiard, Mary A., 253. 
Wiard, Sadie M., 253. 
Wiard, William W., 252. 
Wilbur, Mary, 172. 
Wilcox, Amos, 148. 
Wilcox, Beulah, 49. 
Wilcox, Cora L, 291. 
Wilcox, Lucy, 49. 
Wilcox, Obadiah, 49. 
Wilder, Sylvester, 124. 
Wilford, Maria A., 174. 
Willard, Daniel, 124. 
Willard, Eunice, 178. 
Willard, Hannah, 124. 
Willard, John F., 124. 
Willard, Julia A., 124. 
Willard, Martha, 261. 
Willard, Mary, 124, 269. 
Willard. Maude, 44. 
Willard, Thomas R. 250. 
Willard, William, 124. 
Willcy, Clair W., 211. 



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lley, Frankie F., 211. 
lley, Reuben, 211. 
lley, Ruby M., 211. 
Uiams, Alice I., 58. 
lliams, Edith B., 58. 
lliams, Eliza A., 219. 
lliams, Elizabeth, 139. 
lliams, F. H., 219. 
lliams, Herbert, 57. 
lliams, Herbert M., 58. 
lliams, Margaret, 156. 
lliams, Margaret A., 290. 
lliams, Mary D., 92. 
lliams, Nancy, 125. 
lliams, Roger W., 57. 
lliams, Sally, 218. 
lliams, Samuel, 149. 
lliams, Sarah N., 58. 
lliams, Thomas, 57. 
lliams, Wolcott B., 58. 
lliamson, Blanche, 210. 
lliamson, Gertrude, 330. 
lliamson, Lou, 210. 
lliamson, William, 210. 
llington, Ebenezer, 121. 
His, Eliza A., 337. 
lmot, Nellie E., 293. 
lson, Alvin, 170. 
lson, Catherine W., 154. 
lson, Esther, 121. 
lson, Hugh, 154. 
lson, Jennie L., 351. 
lson, Loring M., 200. 
lson, Maria, 99. 
lson, Rachel R., 292. 
lson, Robert J., 200. 
lson, Sweetland C. V., 200. 
lson, William T., 153, 154. 
lson, — , 200. 
ltse, John J., 236. 
nchell, Calvin, 148. 
nchell, Rebecca R., 195. 
se, Edwin, 143. 
se, Hiram G., 143. 
se, Louisa M., 143. 
se, Lucinda, 143. 
ster, Caspar, 114. 
ster, Lewis C, 114. 



Wister, Lewis W., 114. 
Wolcott, Abigail, 176. 
Wolcott, Countess, 138. 
Wolcott, Elihu, 109. 
Wolcott, Elizabeth, 73. 
Wolcott, Elizur, 78. 
Wolcott, Erastus, 66. 
Wolcott, Hannah, 55. 
Wolcott, Jerusha, 78, 100. 
Wolcott, Julianna, 151. 
Wolcott, Mary L., 51. 
Wolcott, Nathaniel, 121. 
Wolcott, Samuel, 79. 
Wolfe, Pennie, 355. 
Wolverton, Orpha, 246. 
Wood, Alger G., 262. 
Wood, Bertha B., 262. 
Wood, Catherine E., 221. 
Wood, Clarence D., 262. 
Wood, Emeline, 97. 
Wood, Florence E., 262. 
Wood, Hazel D., 262. 
Wood, Hiram, 137. 
Wood, Marcus D., 262. 
Wood, Myra M., 262. 
Wood, Walter A., 262. 
Woodford, Elsa, 184. 
Woodhouse, Lemuel, 89. 
Woodman, Sylvia, 340. 
Woodrow, Henry, 184. 
Woodruff, Croeseus, 189. 
Woodruff, Eliza, 247. 
Woodruff, Ernest, 189. 
Woodruff, Henry W., 189. 
Woodruff, Ida E., 312. 
Woodruff, Polly, 253. 
Woodworth, Dyer, 132. 
Woodworth, Erastus B., 99. 
Woodworth, Hannah, 99. 
Woolverton, William B., 243. 
Workman, David A., 259. 
Worth, Nancy, 172. 
Wright, Alvina, 250. 
Wright, Bessie, 153. 
Wright, Honor, 171. 
Wright, Levi, 90. 
Wright, Lucy, 169. . 
Wyatt, Mary, 89. 



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Y Yocum, Hattie O., 299. 

Young, Emma L., 320. 

Yale, Hiram A., 181. , 7 ~, . oen 

,. , „, „. ._, Young, Florence A., 3o0. 

Yale, Mary W., I8l. v T , r ,J 

„ . , ' „„, Young, John C, 320. 

Yates, Arthur W., 216. v 8 ; f ' ,, n 

Yates, Carol M., 216. 1°^' Tl ' ^ 

Yates, John L., 216. Y ° Ung ' NeWt ° n ' *f 
Yates, Theodore, 216. 

Yarrow, George, 356. — , Linnie, 321. 

Yarrow, Gordon, 356. — , Margaret, 320. 

Yarrow, Stanley, 356. — , Ruth, 128. 



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Abbott, Harriet N 377 

Rose M 382 

Adkins, Altus B 371 

Venice A 371 

Anderson, Adelbert L 389 

Fay M 389 

Floyd R 389 

Herman A 389 

Rollin K 389 

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Bailey, — 366 

Baldwin, Clarenda 389 

Edwin E 371 

James M 371 

Katherine B 371 

Lydia E 371 

Theda A 371, 373 

Ballou, Joanna L 383 

Mercy H 382 

Barker, John 367 

Barnum, David 365 

Louise 365 

Royal 365 

Stephen 365 

Zaccheus 365 

Bayley, Priscilla 362 

Black, A. B 372 

Ara G 372 

A. S 372 

Perry E 372 

Royce B 372 

William M 372 

Blair, Isabel 366 

Blake, Mary 363 

Blakeman, E. L 377 

Blood, Lucena G.... 385 

Boardman, Sarah 396 

Bodwell, Lydia 379 

Bonnell, Arnold R 397 

Boothroyd, Sarah 384 



Boyd, Moses G 381 

Brainard, Rhoda 398 

Bristol, Mary 378 

Brock, George W 380 

Henry E 380 

Leonard W 380 

Maynor D 380 

Minnie W 380 

Timothy W 380 

Brower, Asa 372 

Bryant, Betsey 391 

Burnham, Mary A 367 

Burr, Fanny 372 

Burrows, — 369 



Campbell, Ellen F 377 

Card, Henry 389 

Carr, Gladys 1 372 

Raymond N 372 

Walter 372 

Cassin, Emily 375 

Chapin, Martha 390 

Chapman, Mary 374 

Cheever, Harriet N 376 

Cheney, Mary J 396 

Clapp, Princess 376 

Comins, Harriet T 381 

Cook, Clementine 394 

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Corey, Mary 372 

Corin, Minnie M 398 

Cornell, Johanna 396 

Cross, Ezra 379 

Sally 379 

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D'Aeth, John B 396 

Dangler, Sarah A 395 

Davis, Hannah 1 382 

Dcmpsey, James 387 



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Denton, Crandall 368 

Phebe 369 

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Dewey, Margaretta K 389 

Fannie S 390 

Distin, — 393 

Downing, Amos 379 

Dudley, Fred 374 

Mary L 374 

Wolcott 374 

Duryea, Francis W 381 

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Eastman, Susan 380 

Eby, Julia A 385 

Elsey, Lucy A 390 

Embury, Esther 396 

Emerson, Joanna 378 

Emery, Sarah S 386 

Ensign, Rebecca 386 

Eustis, Henrietta L. T 381 

Ewell, Pamelia 388 

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Fisk, Levi J 366, 367 

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Fosdick, Mercy 364 

Frey, Rachel 397 

Furman, Harriet M 393 

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Gardner, Sally 363 

Garfield, Lyman 369 

Gifford, M 390 

Goodspeed, Edwin 372 

Graham, Villa 390 

Greenleaf, E. L 377 

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Hackett, James 379 

Hall, Sarah B 388 

Hanchet, — 368 

Hanson, Mary C 392 

Harris, Elizabeth A 388 

Higginson, Martha M 395 

Hinman, Anna 393 

Hitchcock, — 393 

Hodges, Laura A 391 



Holmes, Annie 379 

Clara E 378 

Holt, Lucena 368 

Hopkins, Ida 390 

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Hubbard, Caroline 364 

Frederick B 382 

Hull, Sarah 393 

Hummiston, — 393 

Humphrey, Hattie B 398 

Hunt, — 369 

Hyde, Rufus 362 



Ingersoll, Alice 361 



Jackson, Mary 362 

Jacova, Janet 389 

Jeffrey, Phebe 395 

Johnson, Glenora P 394 

Mary A 394 

Milton B 394 

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Jones, Betsey 365 

Lucretia 398 

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Kearney, Mary H 398 

Knight, Pearl 389 

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Larrabee, Effie B 375 

LeRoy, Ella 389 

Lewis, Anna 394 

Loomis, Irene M 398 

Lord, Abram 380 

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Magson, Mary 372 

Mason, Sarah 380 

McKinney, Izora F 399 

Mead, — 366 

Millard, Fred H 364 

Sterling A 364 

William J 364 

Miner, Emily 374 

Mount, F. B 392 

Munger, H 364 



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Newcombe, George B 387 

Nichols, Daniel 372 

Eva 372 

Noble, Wellington A 368 



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Palmer, Cornelius 367 

Parrish, Evie M 375 

Parsons, John S 376 

Pease, Mary 365 

Perry, Adelaide 369 

Emerson 369 

William 369 

Peterson, Clark K 378 

Phillips, Eliza J 392 

Pippin, Martha 371 

Pitman, Clara E 380 

Joseph H 380 

Pond, Olive 370 

Powers, Emma 373 

Prime, Arabella D 364 

Edward H. G 364 

Gardner W 363 

Julia A 364 

Kate 363 

Ralph E 363 

Ruth H 364 

William C 363 

Prouty, Phebe A 383 

Putnam, Mary 361 

R 

Roddick, Arrethea E. W 397 

Maggie R. E 397 

Robert 397 

William B. W 397 

Reynolds, Sarah 369 

Rhodes, Levi 367 

Richards, Augustus J 363 

George C 363 

Jacob 363 

Sarah A. W 363 



Riley, Ernest 387 

Robbins, Richard B 365 

Rogers, Mary D 374 

Rowley, Bateman 369 

William 366 

Ryno, Grace D 385 



Scott, Eliza J 392 

Hector M 377 

Seavey, Lillian P 380 

Shores, Nellie 373 

Sibley, Mary 361 

Skinner, Eliza 389 

— 368 

Slocomb, Charles H 383 

Smith, — 366, 367 

Strong, Lucy 376 

Sunderland, Asa 366 

Bertha O. N 370 

Byron 366 

Charles A 370 

Daniel 370 

David 366 

Frank A 370 

M. E. S 370 

Thurman D 370 

Swift, Helen F 372 

Levi 372 

Lucy G 372 

Roland W 372 

Swinton, Ida 371 

Lydia 371 

T 

Tatreau, Augustus 367 

Taylor, Amelia J 398 

Polly 386 

Thurlow, Mary 378 

Towner, Joseph 369 

Parker 369 

Rollin 369 

Towiiscnd, Aaron 364 

Tread way, Alice 371 

Rachel 371 

Treat, Anna 367 

Lucy 367 

Tucker, Roscoi V 390 



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WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



[The figures in this Index refer to the page.J 



Turner, Angeline 397 

Anna 397 

Calvin 397 

David 397 

Hannah 397 

Jesse 397 

John 397 

Julia 397 

Mary 397 

Miranda 397 

Oliver 397 

Sadie 397 

Sarah 384 

Soloman 397 

Susan 397 

William 397 

Turrell, Lois 366 



Upson, 



u 

V 



369 



Vessey, Lew 387 

Vickere, Abbie H 377 

w 

Walcott, Abraham 361 

Ann 361 

Benjamin 361 

Ebenezer 361 

Elijah 362 

Elizabeth 362 

Hannah 361, 362 

John 361, 362 

Jonathan 361, 362 

Joseph 361, 362 

Mary 361, 362, 364 

Miriam 362 

Priscilla 362 

Prudence 361 

Rachel 362 

Samuel 361, 362 

Sarah 362 

Solomon 362 

Stephen 362 

Thomas 361 

William 361 



Walker, Dinah 379 

Miriam 379 

Walrath, Elmina 397 

Warner, Herbert 373 

Lulu H 373 

Watrous, Charles A 377 

Welcome, Jane 379 

Wells, Abner 367 

Lucy 370 

Moses 368 

Wesson, Sarah 376 

Whitney, Rosabelle 373 

Williams, Abbie H 377 

Charlotte E 374 

Wing, Frances F 387 

Winters, Harriet 373 

— 393 

Wishing, Ida M 387 

Wolcott, Aaron 393 

Aaron D 398 

Abel 383 

Abner C 384 

Acsah 369 

Ada 394 

Agnes 373 

Agnes E 382 

Alanson 382 

Albert T 384 

Alexander K 392 

Alfred L 377 

Algernon 398 

Alice 394 

Alice D 364 

Alice E 387 

Alida H 387 

Allen 390 

Almon 367 

Almon R 373 

Alonzo 382 

Alvin 365 

Alvin S 369 

Amelia 397 

Amy 367 

Andrew 385 

Angeline 376 

Ann 380, 393 

Anna 394 

Anna L 395, 396 



INDEX TO APPENDIX 



453 



[The figures in this Index refer to the page.] 



Wolcott, Annie L 377 

Annis 391 

Ardelia 386 

Ariel 366 

Arrethea A 397 

Arthur 374 

Asa G 364 

Aseneath 363 

Ashley 370 

Ashley C 375 

Augusta B 372 

Augustus C 364 

Bailey 386 

Benjamin 394, 395 

Bert H 387 

Bertha M 383 

Bessie L 384 

Betsey 388 

Betsey A 386 

Bloomfield D 395 

Bradley 1 398 

Buel 394 

Calder 389 

Calvin 363, 366 

Carlton L 386 

Carlton 387 

Caroline 394 

Caroline E. M 380 

Caroline L 395 

Carrie 390 

Carrol A 373 

Charles 371, 380, 382 

Charles A 398 

Charles E 388 

Charles 1 382 

Charles 375 

Charles P 381 

Charles T 382, 386 

Charles W 381 

Charlotte 374 

Chauncey 390 

Clara 368, 396 

Clara E 380 

Clarence 371 

Clarence M 384 

Clayton P 383 

Cora C 376, 377 

Cyrcnius B 376 



Wolcott, Cyrus E 394 

Daniel 366, 391 

Daniel P 376 

Delia 363 

Desire 391 

Dewey 390 

Dorcas 391 

Dorothy 375 

Eby J 385 

Edith M 372, 395 

Edmond 395 

Edmond A 395 

Edna 380 

Edna W 395 

Edward 387 

Edward L 384 

Edwin P 369 

Edwin R 369 

Edwin W 388 

Eleanor 383 

Electa 391, 393 

Elijah 363, 391 

Eliza 368, 396, 397 

Elizabeth 374 

Elizabeth G 363 

Ella G 398 

Ellen 369 

Elmer J 374 

Elouise 392 

Emerson 399 

Emerson S 388 

Emily L 383 

Emily R 382 

Emogene M 385 

Eunice 379 

Eva 372 

Eva M 374 

Experience 379 

Frances 374 

Frances A 388 

Frank L 392 

Franklin 394 

Fred R 392 

Frederica J 388 

Frederick C 388 

Frederick M 391 

Frederick S 377 

Gaiety 392 



454 



WOLCOTT GENEALOGY 



[The figures in this Index refer to the page.] 



Wolcott, George 390, 391, 394 

George B 385 

George F 380 

George H 376 

George M 376 

George T 364 

Georgia 372 

Gertrude 372 

Gertrude E 387 

Gertrude S 378 

Grace 381 

Grace C 381 

Guy F 373 

Guy H 384 

Hannah 363, 367, 396 

Hannah A 384 

Hannah B 376 

Hannah M 395 

Harriet 367 

Harriet T 381 

Harriett 387 

Harriett A 384 

Harriett F 377 

Harriett J 387 

Harry 374 

Haskell M 391 

Hazel 385 

Helen 387 

Henrietta B 364 

Henrietta L 380 

Henry 387, 391, 394 

Henry A 388 

Henry B 370, 396 

Hephzibah 364 

Herman 387 

Hiram 367 

Hiram S 388 

Horace A 384 

Horace H 373 

Ida 369 

Ida A 376 

Ira E 384 

Irene 385 

Irene R 398 

Isaac S 376 

Jairus B 376 

James E 371 

James H 392 



Wolcott, James M 390 

Jane 386 

Jane W 380 

Jerome 368 

Jerome W 392 

Jesse 365 

Jessie M 385 

Joel 393, 394 

John 378 

379, 383, 385, 388, 393, 396, 398 

John C 370 

John E 399 

John J 398 

John T 367 

John W 380, 381 

Joseph 379, 382 

Joseph N 390 

Joshua 379 

Joshua R 382 

Judson 369 

Julianna 390 

Junia E 374 

Kate 398 

Kenneth 374 

Laura 367 

Laura A 378, 384 

Lavina 393 

Lemuel P 376 

Leo F 393 

Leonora 366 

Lester 390 

Leverett J 390 

Levi 369 

Levi B 383 

Lewis 388 

Lillie A 392 

Lois 366, 393 

Lorani 386 

Lorena 394 

Loriane 369 

Lorinda 386 

Louise 391 

Lovisa 366 

Loyal 368 

Lucinda 369 

Lucy 365,, 367, 373, 382 

Lucy J 384 

Lucy S 376 



INDEX TO APPENDIX 



455 



[The figures in this Index refer to the page.] 



Wolcott, Luella C. 

Luke 

Lula G 

Luman 



389 

386 

393 

368 

Lurinda 366 

Luther 363 

Lydia 369, 379 

Lyman B 381 

L. Bruce 398 

Malinda 393 

Marie A 367 

Marion F 384 

Marion L 387, 388 

Marion M 374 

Mark 387 

Martha L 373 

Manillas F /../ „ 386 

Mary 364, 368, 389, 397 

Mary A f , 396; 399 

Mary E 371, 387, 390; 395 

Mead D 386 

Mercy 364 

Merrill C 391 

Merrill G 373 

Merrill T 371 

Merritt B 378 

Merritt 389 

Miles E 394 

Miles L 394 

Millien 382 

Milly E : 371 

Milton F 386 

Minerva 394 

Mon ford 368 

Morgan E 386 

Morris 388 

Moses 365, 366 

Myron 368 

Myron E 386 

Myron 1 384 

Nathaniel 394 

Nelson 369 

Noah 390 

Noble K 367, 370 

Olive 366, 367, 368 

Olive G 3X4 

Oliver 367, 3X3 

Oliver B 370 



Wolcott, Oliver C 398 

Oliver E 373 

Ormus P 387 

Orrin . . . . 383 

Orson 383 

Orson 398 

Otis C 386 

Patty L 388 

Paul 381 

Perry B 372 

Peter 394 

Phebe A 395 

Phoebe E 369 

Philemon 365 

Philemon T 370 

Philo G 385 

Polly 363, 386, 391 

Racelia 370 

Ransom 393, 394 

Reuben 394 

Reuben 1 393 

Rhoda 366, 368 

Riley 366 

Roger A 370, 374 

Rosabelle 373 

Rose 388 

Rowena C 385 

Roxy 383 

Royce 374 

Ruby E 384 

Rudolph 385 

Russell B 367 

Ruth 379 

Ruth M '. 384, 398 

Sally 386, 391 

Sally A 364 

Samuel 
....364, 365, 366, 368, 393, 394 

Samuel G 364 

Samuel P 387 

Samuel S 373 

Sara E 395 

Sarah 369, 379, 396 

Seraph 367 

Scth 394 

Seth T 396 

Sewell \ 399 

Silas 390 



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